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1. Compare and Contrast the meaning of social class as defined by Max Weber and Karl Marx.
According to Karl Marx, social classes are linked to the economic system, who proposed "that the owners or the means of production exploit those who produce goods and services." The working class becomes alienated; these feelings of alienation were linked to a person's 'working" class. Social conflict, according to Marx, was inevitable and as a result of the social unrest related to alienation and oppression of the working class ...
Compares and contrasts the meaning of social class as defined by Max Weber and Karl Marx. References are provided.