Marx Theme Parks

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theme parks. According to Marx theory of alienation, such can be described as the separation of things which were initially and naturally together (Mészáros, 2006). There are various types of alienation, however according to this scholar; there is the alienation that takes place in the labor processes. This kind of alienation was observed based on the emerging industrial production through the capitalism, whereby laborers of the system tend to lose control of their personal life, and simultaneously losing control of their work. Essentially, in such a system laborers stop being independent or even self-realized people and they only do what their leaders would like them to do. In a passage from The Holy Family, Marx goes ahead to state that capitalist

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