marxism

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what did engels argued about?
argued that as mode of production changed, family did too. he believed that when the means of production were communally owned, the family as such did not exist.
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what's does zaretsky say about family?
family "props up" capitalism. the family is one place where male workers can feel they have power & control. this helps them accept their oppression in wider society. he also suggests that the family has become a vital unit of consumption.
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what did marx think about family?
marx himself didnt pay much attention to the role of family
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what's family according to althusser
family is an ideological state apparatus
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what do lasch and donszelot argue about?
argues the families are being increasingly interfered with by outside agencies.
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family "props up" capitalism. the family is one place where male workers can feel they have power & control. this helps them accept their oppression in wider society. he also suggests that the family has become a vital unit of consumption.

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what's does zaretsky say about family?

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marx himself didnt pay much attention to the role of family

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family is an ideological state apparatus

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argues the families are being increasingly interfered with by outside agencies.

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