The Influence Of Karl Marx On Social Class

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Karl Marx believed that social class brings forth extreme disparities among social groups not bringing them together; society is constantly in conflict with one another. He believed that the bourgeoisie (the owners of the means of productions or middle - upper middle ruling class) exploited and dominated the proletariat (the workers or working class), by paying them a poor wage in monotonous jobs. This then translates to education in the way that students’ knowledge base is solely tested on monotonous testing that creates a division, generally between working and poor class students and the middle to upper class students who have the means to study and focus solely on their educational opportunities. He believes that this leaves society in

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