Theories on modernity

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  • Beck argued that late modernity is the result of trying to tackle the risks that _______ has created. (7)
  • Beck argued that people collect data and reflect on risks at an attempt at _________ it. (9)
  • Beck said that ________ attempts to deal with these risks. (8)
  • Giddens argued that late modernity is defined as capitalism, industrialism, ____________ capacity and military power. (12)
  • Giddens said that in modernity ________ and culture are less important and do not provide much stability. (8)
  • Marx argued that modernity is defined by a __________ society. (10)
  • Marx is critical of capitalism and modernity in creating ____________ and alienation. (12)
  • Marx recognizes the ____________ that society has made. (12)
  • Weber argued that modernity is defined by when rational thoughts stopped humans expressing _______ characteristics. (7)
  • Weber recognizes modernity as being an improvement on ________ systems. (8)

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