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Lecture3 - Marx

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  • 1. Marx, Capitalism and Organisations
  • 2. 1929…1987…1997…2008
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  • 6. Capitalist Exploitation
  • 7. The amount of work workers need to do to survive The amount of work workers are made to do by capitalists X X +S S = Surplus Value ‘stolen’ from workers by the capitalist
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  • 9. The face of alienation
  • 10. Why do the workers ‘accept’ this?
  • 11. Hegemony?
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  • 14. Commodity Fetishism
  • 15. Women Objectification = Commodity Fetishism?
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  • 17. Are products ideologically (or spiritually) ‘neutral’?
  • 18. Next time we go ‘Wow!’ and ‘Awesome!’ over a product, remember…
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  • 22. The “Opium of the People”
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  • 25. What happens when the exploitation gets worse and worse?
  • 26. “ Workers of the world unite!”
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  • 29. The Bolshevik Revolution Russia, 1917
  • 30. How do we ‘bring’ Marx into the organisation?