Social Conflict- Karl Marx
Social Conflict- Karl Marx Sociology 3488
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jocelyn Rossell on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Sociology 3488 at Ohio State University taught by Paul Malackany in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 38 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociological Theory in Sociology at Ohio State University.
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Date Created: 09/17/15
Social Con ict Karl Marx Framework 0 Society is in a state of con ict and competition 0 Resources wealth land statusprestige ideas power 0 Consequence of difference classes gender age labor 0 Social chang good it makes for progress Background 0 Historical Materialism I Mode of production I Dialectical 0 Economy as basis of society 0 Human nature is to work I Work is the active endeavor 0 Social change I Historical unfolding Dialoguing With 0 Henri de SaintSimon I 1760 l 825 I Social principals to counter egoism and exploitation 0 David Ricardo I 1772 l 823 I Comparative advantage I Labor theory of value wages 0 Adam Smith I 17231790 I Government and economy symbolic relations I Historical unfolding Theoretical Orientation o Collectivist approach to order I Historical transition and social class 0 Rational approach to action I Realize the interests Core Ideas 0 Industrial Revolution I Produced dire economic conditions 0 Economic Class I Groups of individuals who share a common position in relation to means of production 0 Means of production I Mechanism by which things are produced 0 Social Relations of production I Relationships emergent from productive forces relation to people 0 Private Ownership I Capital consumer goods consumer services aspects of commerce Class Con ict o
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