How Does the Ruling Class Dominate and Exploit the Working Class Through Economic Forces, Physical Force, Institutions, and Psychological/Subliminal Manipulation?
Working‐class people score higher on measures of empathy and are more likely to help others in distress.
This divided the slaves and the slave owners into very different groups in terms of power. The owners of the slaves treated the slaves very badly.Slaves were bought and sold all the time. Sadly slavery still exists in some parts of the world.
O. (2010). It can be argued that the high levels of deprivations and poverty in today’s society are direct consequences of deep rooted social class systems and structures. This paper will attempt to analyze social class discrimination phenomenon in the workplace and its consequences. A candid discussion will be presented on the consequences of social class discrimination at the workplace impacts on the lives of people. The working environment serves as an essential and fundamental part of a person’s occupation. Indeed, working not only serves to equip one with skills, knowledge and expertise to carry out his or her duties efficiently, but also serves as an avenue to interact with the rest of the community and create a network of friends and acquaintances. The workplace is ideally supposed to be a discrimination-free area where social and professional discussions can take place without any barriers. Unfortunately, this has never been the case. Social class discrimination is a live phenomenon in most organizations not only within the United States, but also around the globe. Statistics indicate that in most organizations, an employee’s social class significantly influences their work performance.
The Marxist are of the opinion that for one to be a member of the ruling class in any given society, one must possess most, most importantly, material, wealth. Control the means of production, and then, political power.
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