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Transformations of Civic Society - International Graduate School Halle Tôkyô

Place: University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; University of Tokyo
Project leader: Manfred Hettling (Halle-Wittenberg)

The International Graduate School examines the conditions under which structures of ‘civic society’ were established and transformed in Germany and Japan after the 18th and 19th century, respectively. 21 more words

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Marx's Theory of History

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History of the Vigneron: Languages Part 3.1, 1780-1880: Philosophy, Perception, and the Historian

Marx’s Theory of History… 1,283 more words

Anarchist

How does Marxism account for the uneven levels of power present in international society?

The class conflict

Marxism has come into the recent scope of international relations, since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. To essentially understand the underlying principles and concepts of Marxism, the basis of comparable factors are taken account, which is largely placed on the scale of economics. 423 more words

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My sociological understanding of Marxism

In taking Sociology alongside Media Studies and English Language at A Level, its fair to say it wasn’t my strongest subject. Despite this, starting this university course has showed me how much I learnt in my Sociology lessons, and how my knowledge was not accurately reflected in my A Level result. 416 more words

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Bourgeoisie

Bourgeoisie: (n) the middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values

It was called a skeleton key.

Certain locks were made to be universal, and opened by a single common key. 241 more words

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The New Middle Class

Does social class still matter voting behaviour today?

For the past century, society has seen tremendous change to the structure of class systems. The internal struggle of the working class and the upper class, had been well documented in the context of… 765 more words

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Indifference

By: Gaither Stewart 

Indifference is an American-European story. As French chansonnier Serge Gainsbourg sang of his love for Brigitte Bardot: “What does the weather matter, what matters the wind? 1,113 more words

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