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Topic: M2A1: Marxism, Structuralism and Vulgar Materialism
Do you think that the proletariat, or working class, has sunk deeper and deeper with the advance of industry, as Marx suggested? Why or why not? How prevalent is alienation in contemporary capitalist societies?
Project 1B (500-750 words)
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Alan Macfarlane video on Marx and labor [Video File 53 mins 41 secs]
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Module 2 Notes
M2A1: Project 1B Student`s Name Institutional Affiliation M2A1: Project 1B Like the bourgeoisie, the proletariats also developed and they are the ones who will destroy them. The working class only survive as long as there is work that they can do, and they can find a job if their labor increases the profits of the bourgeoisie. Therefore, the proletariats are like a commodity in the market which is vulnerable to market conditions. In the modern society, class struggle is still very much alive and it is the working class that is suffering. Both classes are fighting with each other for a larger share of the economy. The bourgeoisie being driven by profit maximization and competition are trying to increase their share by attacking the working class through direct attacks on wages and cutting