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alienation: the fragmentation of individuals' relations to their work, the things they produce, and the resources with which they produce them.
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# the fragmentation of individuals' relations to their work, the things they produce, and the resources with which they produce them. Source: Anthromorphemics
Source: Anthromorphemics
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# Following Marx and Tonnies (thus treating alienation as a sociological concept) and defined in a sentence, alienation is those social structural - social processual forces that accentuate and create "the false separation of individual and society" or do not promote the dialectical interrelation of individual and society.
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Latest revision as of 17:52, 4 March 2020

  1. the fragmentation of individuals' relations to their work, the things they produce, and the resources with which they produce them. Source: Anthromorphemics
  2. Following Marx and Tonnies (thus treating alienation as a sociological concept) and defined in a sentence, alienation is those social structural - social processual forces that accentuate and create "the false separation of individual and society" or do not promote the dialectical interrelation of individual and society.


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