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MARXS THEORY OF CLASSES
THE WEBERIAN CRITIQUE
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advanced societies analysis aspects authority become bourgeoisie Britain bureaucratic capitalism capitalist development capitalist societies character characteristic class conflict class consciousness class relationships class society class structure concept of class countries Dahrendorf degree dichotomous differentiation discussion distinct division of labour domination economic elite groups emphasised enterprise European existence exploitation fact factors feudalism formation ideology important industrial society industrialisation influence interpretation involved labour movement latter London major managerial manual workers market capacity Marx Marx's writings Marxian Marxist Max Weber means of production mediation of control middle class mobility modern nineteenth century non-manual notion occupations organisation Ossowski paratechnical relations Party political position post-industrial society private property problem proletariat rationalisation recognised relatively revolutionary sector sense separation significance social socialist societies sociology sort Soviet Union status group surplus value technical technique technocratic tend theory of class tion unionisation upper class wage-labour Weber white-collar workers