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Capitalism
An economic system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.
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Conflict Theory
Conflict between social classes, notably the conflict in capitalist societies between those who owned the means of economic production (factory or farm owners, for example) and those who did not (the workers).
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Ideological
The norms an values that justify the capitalist system.
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Means of Production
The land, factories, machines, science and technology, and labour power required to produce goods.
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Bourgeoisie
The owners of businesses, and the dominant class in capitalist societies.
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Conflict between social classes, notably the conflict in capitalist societies between those who owned the means of economic production (factory or farm owners, for example) and those who did not (the workers).

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Conflict Theory

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The norms an values that justify the capitalist system.

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The land, factories, machines, science and technology, and labour power required to produce goods.

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The owners of businesses, and the dominant class in capitalist societies.

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