According to Karl Marx, the Primary Source of Conflict That
According to Karl Marx, the primary source of conflict that leads to revolution is:
A) change in the forces of production.
B) change in the minds of the bourgeoisie.
C) change in the minds of the proletariat.
D) change in the political system.
James Davies argues that relative deprivation, not absolute deprivation, is what motivates revolution. Relative deprivation is the discrepancy between:
A) those who believe society should be guided by religious faith and those who believe that capitalism should be the focus.
B) workers and those who own the means of production.
C) the educated and those with fewer skills.
D) the lives people are forced to lead and what they think could realistically be achieved.
Consider a community that has elected a leader who has promised the revitalization of a declining employment sector. At first, there are some improvements in living conditions, and the citizens have been inspired and expect improvements in their lives. However, if those improvements slow down, the community may become frustrated and begin to revolt against this new leader. This dynamic is referred to as:
A) relative deprivation.
B) absolute deprivation.
C) economic deprivation.
D) political deprivation.
According to Charles Tilly, which of the following is a component of collective action?
C) federal funding
D) physical appearance