Marxism and inequalities in healthcare.

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Marxism (1818-1883).
Marx was inspired by the Russian Revolution. Political movements influenced his thinking about how societies were structured and changed. Main models of production- primitive communism or tribal society, ancient society and capitalism.
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Marx's theory of the development and society.
Characterised human history in terms of the way in which ownership of production Was the most important single variable involved in the characteristaion of each distinct period in history. Identified 5 major epochs.
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1) Primitive Communism.
Characteristic of early human history where people held everything in common.
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2)The Ancient Epoch (Slave Society).
Societies based upon slavery where means of productionwas owned and controlled by an aristocratic elite.
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3) Freudal Society.
Where land was the most important means of production. This was owned/ controlled by an aristocratic class, the majority of people belonging to a peasant class (who had little to no political rights).
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4) Capitalist society.
Where technological development (machinery etc.) has allowed a bourgeois class to exploit factory forms of production for their private gain. The aristocracy have either been marginalized or co-opted into the bourgeoise whilst the majority of
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Characterised human history in terms of the way in which ownership of production Was the most important single variable involved in the characteristaion of each distinct period in history. Identified 5 major epochs.

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