Marxist Views on Society...

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They successfully control people's ideas, and if people accept these ideas, they are less likely to challenge or threaten capitalism.
Ruling class ideology
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How are capitalist views passed onto next generations in the education system?
Hidden curriculum
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Where the proletariat aren't aware of the fact that they are being exploited.
False class consciousness
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The education system helps to maintain, justify and explain the system of social inequality and the class structure in a capitalist society.
Myth of meritocracy.
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Who argues that meritocracy is a myth?
Bowles and Gintis
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Who explains the inheritance of property?
Engels
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Crime is c..........c.
Criminogenic
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Give a reason beginning with the letter p which explains why capitalism is criminogenic.
Poverty
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May lead to frustration and aggression resulting in non-utilitarian crimes such as vandalism and violence.
Alienation
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An example of utilitarian crime.
Theft
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How are capitalist views passed onto next generations in the education system?

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Hidden curriculum

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Where the proletariat aren't aware of the fact that they are being exploited.

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The education system helps to maintain, justify and explain the system of social inequality and the class structure in a capitalist society.

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Who argues that meritocracy is a myth?

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