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SOCL 4471

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TEST1The Base Superstructure ModelKarl Marx 18181883He looked at the world from an economic perspectiveThe Materialist PerspectiveLooks to human problems by studying the real conditions of human existence especially those conditions that are related to the way we go about satisfying our material and economic needsSays that humans have always satisfied our basic material and economic needs firstoFood clothing shelter etcWe do this through physical labor and productive activityMarx distinguishes between two major components of social structureThe economic structureothe real foundationoThe base of societyThe legal and political superstructureoThis superstructure also includes education religion morels culture ideology and all the other social institutions that express human valuesThe economic base is also divided into two levelsForces of production Relations of production
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