According to Marx, under capitalism the workers were isolated for four different reasons:- • The workers are labourers who do not own the means of production or the products they create which is why they are isolated from the product. • Under capitalism, the creativity of the workers is completely destroyed. They act as mere a machine which is why they are isolated from the production process. • In a capitalist society, the workers lose their ability to create and appreciate items of nature. All their senses are dulled or remain undeveloped because of the intense working conditions.
However, large enterprises such as Wal-Mart, treat their employees with little value as they give them undeserving wages with long hours. Yet, Wal-Mart is one of the biggest corporations on Earth. Wal-Mart has no desire to share the benefits of business success with its employees. The reason for this imbalance is because the outlook of being an employee are changing. Aspiring young people now typically see being an employee leads to owning your own business.
Industry Rivalry: The rivalry among existing firms is non-existent because no direct competitor exists. This eludes back to the lack of threats of substitutes and low barriers to entry. The barrier to entry is high at the moment due to PicoBrew patents, and while indirect competitors exist, there are no other firms that automate the brewing
First of all, the primary area Capitalism and Socialism are different is an authority to control the cost and an amount of products. Capitalism allows private companies or individuals to own and operate their businesses independently while governments barely have right to make a decision and only concentrate on the military, foreign affairs, and the peace in countries. Also, owners of businesses legally have a privilege to receive all profits or outputs of goods and services, but businesses will be done under laws. In contrast, Socialism is driven by governments which dominate most resources, banks, forests, mining, and public utility and assistance. Residents cannot manage or make any decisions as everything depends on governments.
Without the right to make choices we are essentially slaves to society, every aspect of our individuality will become non-existent, we will have no identity. A utopian society is one that operates on the principles of utilitarianism, everyone must be happy at all times no matter what circumstances. In the novel each individual from the “New World” is incapable of experiencing true emotions because they are controlled and taken away from them. There relations are practically non-existent, and they do not have any
But the reality is that this guarantee and fight of equality have not reached many lower sections of society. The case of the domestic workers is evidence to the fact that despite the guaranteed constitutional rights their struggle for equality and survival continues. It is disheartening to note that domestic workers as a part of unorganized work force remain the most exploited ones even after six decades of independence. There is no legislative framework at all in India. The whole outlook on domestic workers is so' feudal here.
The needs of society are often overlooked to improve the economy. Employees have no choice where they can be employed or where they can move. 2. Black market broke out in the command economy. Due to government restrictions, the command economy did not provide good and service began to be offered on the black market.
Discrimination was a way of life in the English East India Company’s army. The principle of equal pay for equal work or rank had no place. The English soldiers were paid and fed far more than the Indian Sepoys. The Indians were not given promotions and were repeatedly called names like ‘suar’ or ‘pig’. There were huge cuts in the salaries of all the Sepoys and they were forbidden from wearing their caste mark.
Introduction: Pakistan is the developing country and being a developing country it faces many issues of poor health and infrastructure. As its annual percentage of annual growth is less than other developing country and moreover Pakistan has many land and human resources but constant misuse of resources leads to the many socio- economic issues in Pakistan. Dictatorship: One of the factor is the democracy which s sugar coated in the dictatorship .actually democracy is not practiced in Pakistan but instead the dictatorship plays important role in determine the socio economic problem in Pakistan as people has no right to speak about opinion, have no liberty to doing their business and even no choice of choosing their leaders in fact the government is imposing the taxes day by day and people are supposed to pay those taxes through this mechanism the poor are becoming poorer and rich people are getting richer day by day this injustice leads to hatred among the people . Corruption: One of another reason is the corruption and leaders of the country are more concerned to filling their accounts and their family accounts. Leaders of different groups have started their own business and they are just accumulating wealth and money by hook and crook ways.
The democratic regimes in Pakistan cannot be called democratic in its true sense and as a result political and economic institutions were not established properly. Administrative machinery is inefficient because appointments are made on political basis, not on merit basis, the administrative personnel is dishonest and corrupt and there is no system of checks and balances in Pakistan. The political leadership is self-centered and .the masses are politically immature. Politicians deceive the masses through catchy slogans and the masses cost their votes on the basis of baradari, region, gender, and vested interests and not on the basis of competency and capabilities of