SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Free Newspaper, Spritsail
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Marx and India
1. Marx on India:
* Marx’s claim
* India before the British
* the effects of imperialism
1. Moore on India (from Barrington Moore, Jr., Social Origins of Dictatorships
and Democracy, 1966):
* Moore’s model of industrialization
* India: agriculture and industry
* Barriers to change in India
1. Implications: Brahmin
* Marx on India
* analyzing capitalism
* The independent effect of status (Weber)
* Articulation of mode of production
Things that introduced by British:
Private property in Land
* Bourgeosies and Polantarian have natural conflict in between.
* Crisis of over production: the owners product more than the market can
* They push down the salaries and people can not afford to buy new things,
they work harder and increases the production but people cannot afford to
but: problem appear.
* Increasing productivity and increasing the power of capitalism as well --> if
workers are not work hard enough, they can fire him and hire more.
* Alienation: between the product and workers, workers in between and
* Alienated labour: self-identification: the attitude towards things they
Fulfill the different aspect worker expectations.
* What we see today is not forever, it is not fixed.
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