Proletariat Essays

  • Marxism In The Labour Movement Essay

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    The ideology of Marxism has been around since tens of years ago. Even so, the ideology is still carry great influence in the world economic system. Class conflict between labor-employer brings an interesting study to be discussed. There are always differences of interest between the working class and the employer mutually contradictory. If the workers wanted wage rises, then the employer 's profits will decline. But in an economic system, the maximum profit is the ultimate goal. This is where the contradiction of class are derived. To earn a decent income, and get out of the pressure the employer then labour must rise up against the employer and took over the entire production factors of capital and industrial tools. The

  • Marxist Criticism In Bartleby The Scrivener

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    The major source of power in "Bartleby, the Scrivener" is the persistence manifestation of heroism through passive resistance and not following the capitalist ideals. A character who resists the ways of the superiors, like Bartleby, plays an important role in breaking the social structures that are present in the society currently. Whenever a person resists what they see to be deviating their principles and standards, they create a rebellion that is not only important to their self-esteem but also powerful. According to Karl Marx who came up with the Marxist criticism, the capitalist society is divided into two groups

  • Marxist Theory Of Commodification

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    Karl Marx (1975) implied the importance of ‘commodity’ throughout his work. He argued that commodities played an important role in the formation of Capitalism as commodities where sold and bought in the market to increase the profit and sustain Capitalism. This Marxist ideology led to the formation of ‘commodification’. Contemporary Marxists argue that commodification is a term used to explain the extent to which welfare services are sold and bought from the market just like commodities. Thus having an exchange value – those objects that do not have an economic value are assigned a value. The Marxist understanding of commodity is different as they state that commodification is about unsalable things becoming salable and hence becoming profitable.

  • Marxist Theominism And The Marxist Perspective

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    Marxist perspectives central aims are to provide an empirically well-founded description of phenomenon, to get the social implications; and to illuminate the historical process through which these phenomenons came to exist in the real world. Additionally, its aims at comprehend and explain reality using s themes analysis and this is confirmed by research.

  • Marxist And Proletariat Analysis

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    The essay focuses on two different sections. The first part of the essay is will discuss the central arguments about knowledge made by Marx and critical theorist, with close attention to its relationship based on the exploitation or oppression that exists in the society and the relationship between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat.

  • Marxist Perspective

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    Both Marxist and positivist stress the need for a rigorous scientific method, for scientific analysis of the social phenomenon and natural

  • Marxist Politics: Frederick Engels

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    Marxist Politics – Introduction Frederick Engels painted a clear picture of Marxist politics and the ultimate reason for revolution, “the State is nothing more than a machine for the oppression of one class by another.”1 In Marxism, the struggle to control the forces of production is the dynamic force behind human development. The economic system determines other features of a society, including its political structure. To Karl Marx, the “economic structure of society [is] the real foundation on which rise moral, legal and political superstructures and to which definite forms of social consciousness correspond.” 2 Thus, to a Marxist, particular political systems are grounded in and arise from particular economic systems. A socialist economy,

  • Che Guevara Marxism

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    In this essay i will write about the argentinian resistance lead che guevara (also known as el Che) who fought hunger and poverty and lead the cuban resistance. As a child he was introduced to the political spectrum because of his dads involvement as an reporter in the spanish civil war. He was said to be very athletic excelling in swimming,cycling and shooting. When the cuban revolution merged, the cuban dictator fulgencio batista promoted che guevara to second in command. He did so because Che Guevara had a good reputation within guerrilla warfare. Che Guevara has an marxist ideology meaning he had strong connections to the soviet union as that is their ideology to. Marxism is basically communism. Though marxism is more an idea,

  • Marxist Theory of Class

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    In any of the sciences, it is essential to break down the components of the object of study and understand them before delving into the subject and Sociology is one of the major sciences demands us to understand the basic concept of class and it’s background. So theoretically a class are like-minded people who are located at the intersection of economics, society, and politics. The Marxist claim to class rests on the distinctiveness of these three interpenetrating aspects of social life. So basically class is the division of groups based on the economic roles and position that shapes the social world they inhabit and the culture they choose to follow which in turn molds their political choices and actions. The layman ideology would be that what you are led to what our experience which inevitably leads to what you do. According to this ideology, we map people according to these three categories and when the mapping is done these classes should coincide.

  • Contribution Of Marxist Analysis

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    The body of work produced by Karl Marx during his life in the eighteenth century is primarily an explication of the Capitalist mode of production. Through his development of a thorough analysis of the workings of the system, Marx delved into the structures of the economic system and found it to be inherently qualified by contradictions. It is the aim of this essay to present the structures, as extant in Marx’s analysis, and subsequently examine what these contradictions are and how they operate in the function and dysfunction of Capitalist society. The analysis will take the form of a detailed exploration of several interpretations of Marx himself, and Marxist thought as it has developed over the last two centuries. Finally, a connection will

  • Marxism In The Incredibles

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    The world revolves around media, it is what undoubtedly connects us all and allows us to relate to one another; it provides a new platform for culture to develop and engross a growing community. However, media also produces grounds for propaganda to seed and flourish, therefore allowing an individual or group to alter and shape the ideas of a community at large. During the World War II era, Disney actively produced propaganda shorts that revolved around the idea of war and standing unified behind the war efforts at the time. Although this could have been a patriotic move on Disney’s part as he served in World War I, the effort to produce animated shorts about the war was almost entirely driven by the financially unstable Walt Disney Company

  • Marxist Criticism Theory In The Use Of Force

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    According to Marxist Criticism Theory it’s a theory in which it is listed into different principles and practices. These principles allows readers to analyze actions done within the reading and it’s characters personality. An outside source “Introduction to Literature” by Michael Delahoyde, Delahoyde states “Marxists generally view literature "not as works created in accordance with timeless artistic criteria, but as 'products' of the economic and ideological determinants specific to that era" (Abrams 149). Literature reflects an author's own class or analysis of class relations, however piercing or shallow that analysis may be” (Delahoyde). In other words, Marxists view class struggle, wealth defines the characters and view literature as products of the economic.

  • The Damsels Marxist Analysis

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    This paper talks about the Marxist and Postcolonial analysis of my favourite text, a movie titled The Damsels. The Damsels talks about the birth of a prince called prince Vadin in Achinike kingdom, his return home from his educational adventure after twenty-five years and the actions he undertook in his quest to choose a bride.

  • Marxist Response To Bartleby

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    Herman Melville’s "Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street" is a short story describing the Narrator’s encounter with the titular character, a mysterious man hired by the Narrator as a copywriter. In class, we looked at the Marxist response to “Bartleby”. Upon my first read, I must admit that “Bartleby” didn’t appear to me as prime material for a Marxist response. Later, I realized that what I had done was accept the superficial explanation of Bartleby’s misfortunes as offered by the Narrator. By comparison, the critiques by David Kuebrich and Naomi C. Reed forwent some of the explicit suggestions of the text and instead focused on aspects of the character of Bartleby offered by circumstance and their own expertise as literary critics. It’s unsurprising that Kuebrich and Reed would view the story through a different lens than the Narrator based

  • The Trump Effect: A Marxist Theory Analysis

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    The theory I did was alienation which was introduced by Marxist. The way I describe alienation is living in society where your skin, eye color, hair texture, or accent is not fully accepted. The article I did was The 'Trump Effect ' Alienating Conservative Latinos which was posted August 31, 2015. The article is about Donald Trump, latinos, immigration, and republican candidates. It seems like Trump has a significant problem with the latino community in the United States. There are about 54 million hispanics in America and 11 million immigrants as well. The alienation is shown when Donald Trump said he wants to put up a wall around the U.S boarder and deport the 11 million immigrants. He also wants to strip the 14th amendment (grants U.S

  • Marx And Engels: A Marxist Analysis

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    "What the bourgeoisie, therefore, produces, above all, is its own grave-diggers. Its fall and the victory of the proletariat are equally inevitable" (Marx, 1848). Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels famous work ‘ The communist manifesto’ is on of the most influential doctrines on the theory of Marxism. Marxism, as concluded from Marx and Engels is a conflict theory, which means that it believes that society is based on inequality and unequal distribution of power and wealth. The Marxist methodology uses economic and sociopolitical inquiry and employs that to the critique and analyse the development of capitalism and the role of class struggle in systemic economic change. Capitalism according to Marx is a mode of production based on private ownership

  • Planter Vs Laborer

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    Before the Civil War, the south depended on slavery to sustain its economy. Slaves provided free labor in which they were responsible for tending to the planters land. This included planting, growing, and yielding cash crops to be able to deliver a profit for the plantation owner. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the relationship between the planter and the laborer, as well as deliberating on the interactions amongst mill owners and mill employees to be able to explain how the shared theme of why labor had to change in the south was prevalent in both articles.

  • Social Classes: A Sociological Analysis

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    To fully comprehend social classes in today's British society, as well as in the past, it is necessary to be aware of the theories on classes elaborated by some of the most respectable philosophers. In this section, attention is paid to three prominent philosophers concerning with sociology and to their point of view on class. In order to provide objective and compact picture of class perception throughout the history, two sociologists from the nineteenth and early twentieth century and one from late twentieth and early twenty first century were chosen in order to explain different class theories. The first is Karl Marx, the second one is Max Weber and the last one is Pierre Bourdieu.