Mode of production

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  • 1. Mode of Production KARL MARX
  • 2. Key Idea• Marx identifies production as essential for human existence.• Production is a social activity.• Co-operation is of importance
  • 3.  Divisions of Labor : Different People have different jobs. Production has to be organized or ‘managed’. Different forms of production: “modes” of production=different type of society The system of class division is dependent on mode of production. Society moves from stages to stages when the dominant class is displaced by a new emerging class. Mode of production also determines all expressions of “civilization”:Law,Philosophy,art, Religion etc.
  • 4. • There is a distinction between means of production and the relations of production.  the means of production  land Natural resources Technology  Relations of production The social and technical relationships people enter into As they acquire and use the means of production. The comprised not only relations among individual, but between among groups of people or classes.
  • 5. The Social Superstructure• Ways of thinking ,values, ideas Forms of social consciousness Ideologies• Social Institutions Religion Family Education Media Government /the state
  • 6. • Economic base shapes the social Superstructures.• The economic base is controlled by ruling class• Superstructure is also controlled by ruling class.• Social institutions serves ruling class interests
  • 7. Type of mode of production• Primitive Communism Primitive society, no classes, very low divisions of labor. All work together for common good.• Ancient(slave) mode of production Ancient Greece and Rome Aristocracy and slaves Slaves do most of work
  • 8. • Feudal mode of production(feudalism) Medieval Europe Feudal landlords and peasants Peasants do all the work• Capitalist mode of Production(capitalism) Capitalists and workers (Bourgeoisie and proletariat)• Socialism/Communism No classes:equality
  • 9. The feudal mode of productionEconomic Base  Forces of production  Agricultural Production  Relations of production  Landlords and peasants
  • 10. The capitalist mode of productionWays of thinking==Capitalist Ideologies  Capitalism allows individual freedom, democracy, social mobility etc.  this liberalism serve to conceal the exploitation which is at the core of society.• Capitalism’s Economic Base force of production • Industrialism Relations of productions • Capitalist and proletarians.
  • 11. Capitalism TodayCapitalism Economic Base • Forces of production  Post-Industrialism (service sector, computer &IT, stock markets) • Relation of production  Capitalists  Managerial class  Proletarians(include ‘white collar’ office workers,Mcworkers)
  • 12. From capitalism to communism: Revolution• The forces of production develop, this leads to a change in relations of production• Capitalism riddled with contradictions• The proletariat come to know that they are exploited, they organize themselves and overthrow the bourgeois class and the capitalist system in a revolution
  • 13. A Communist Mode of ProductionEconomical Base• forces of production  Highly developed  Machine doing a lots of work  Humane working freely and creatively together• Relation of production  Classes abolished  All work together in cooperation  All contribute to society, everyone gets what they needWays of thinking: the end of ideologies, truth emerges
  • 14. Thank you ?