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RACIAL CONFLICT
URBAN MIDDLE CLASS
CONFLICT THEORIES DRAW ATTENTION
STAGE
PERIOD
PATTERNS
RACIAL
END RESULT
SOCIAL ORDER
HISTORY
GREAT DEPRESSION
SOCIALIST REALISM
SOCIAL CLASSES
CHANGE
RESULT
CONFLICTS
MARX
CLASS STRUGGLE
ECONOMICS
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
SOCIETY
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
POLITICAL IDEAS
COMMUNIST MANIFESTO
PHILOSOPHICAL BASIS
VIOLENT REVOLUTION
CLASS CONFLICT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Class Conflict"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Class conflict, the Social War, and Sulla’s dictatorship tore the republic apart. (Web site)
  2. As such class conflict was depicted as a struggle to reduce profits and increase wages.

Racial Conflict

  1. Malcolm X agreed with Spengler's prediction that class conflict would eventually be surpassed by racial conflict. (Web site)

Urban Middle Class

  1. Some local bloggers, however, insist the real hostility was rooted in class conflict between coca-growing campesinos and the urban middle class.

Conflict Theories Draw Attention

  1. Conflict theories draw attention to power differentials, such as class conflict, and generally contrast historically dominant ideologies. (Web site)

Stage

  1. From 170 CE on, landlords and peasants formed irregular armed bands, setting the stage for class conflict.

Period

  1. This was also a period of social upheaval in Ireland, with frequent strikes as well as other manifestations of class conflict. (Web site)

Patterns

  1. By confronting capitalist with post-capitalist society we want to discover the changed patterns and conditions of class formation and class conflict.

Racial

  1. Such societies are considered more susceptible to class conflict as well as racial and ethnic conflicts.

End Result

  1. The end result is a series of implosions: class conflict between labour and capital; politics and entertainment; high culture and low culture.

Social Order

  1. However, this group recognizes that social order and equilibrium can occur, in which class conflict is temporarily submerged.

History

  1. As we have said earlier, it was the biggest class conflict in the history of Skoda. (Web site)

Great Depression

  1. The Great Depression which began in 1929 ushered a period of political and class conflict in New South Wales. (Web site)

Socialist Realism

  1. The New Deal arts programs emphasized regionalism, socialist realism, class conflict, proletarian interpretations, and audience participation.

Social Classes

  1. Social classes and class conflict are present wherever authority is distributed unequally over social positions.

Change

  1. For Dahrendorf, class conflict is a lever of change.

Result

  1. Social change occurs as a result of class conflict.

Conflicts

  1. Class conflict, conflicts of all kinds, in this brand of revolution are suddenly silenced by a general manifestation of fraternal love and harmony.

Marx

  1. Padgitt continues, "Marx argued that through a dialectic process, social evolution was directed by the result of class conflict. (Web site)

Class Struggle

  1. Class struggle is class conflict looked at from a Marxist, libertarian socialist, or anarchist perspective. (Web site)

Economics

  1. Assesses accuracy & relevance of Marx's views on history, economics, class conflict in both his own time & late 20th Cent.

Technological Change

  1. Karl Marx analysed history in terms of class conflict and technological change.

Society

  1. He believed that class conflict is necessary in order to produce social change and better society.
  2. He believed that society is divided into those who own the means of producing wealth and those who do not, giving rise to class conflict. (Web site)

Industrial Society

  1. Dahrendorf, R. (1959). Class and class conflict in industrial society (translated from German by author).

Political Ideas

  1. Rather than reject class conflict, collective struggle or the key role of the working class, Bakunin based his political ideas on all three.

Communist Manifesto

  1. In The Communist Manifesto, Marx describes his ideas about class conflict.

Philosophical Basis

  1. The Communist Manifesto related the Communist Party's historical and philosophical basis to class conflict and struggle.

Violent Revolution

  1. Evolutionary Socialists reject his claim that socialism can be accomplished only through class conflict and violent revolution.

Class Conflict

  1. Democratic socialists and social democrats reject the idea that socialism can be accomplished only through class conflict and violent revolution. (Web site)
  2. The idea of socialism predates Marx, but socialists before Marx focused less on class conflict and more on descriptions of the ideal society. (Web site)
  3. Evolutionary socialists and social democrats reject his claim that socialism can be accomplished only through class conflict and violent revolution. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Violent Revolution
  2. Philosophical Basis
  3. Class Struggle
  4. Social Democrats
  5. Communist Manifesto
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