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They have seen them as derivative of elite politics and not in terms of self-regulated mass movements by the Palestinian camp dwellers, villagers, and townspeople, most of whom are proletarianized peasants.
The term "culture of poverty" originated in the work of Oscar Lewis, but the concept it purports to describe dates back at least to the early period of capitalism when pauperism was the fate of large sections of the proletarianized population in the core of the capitalist world-economy.
As the industry became increasingly centralized and mining technology more sophisticated, the white working class was not only proletarianized but also split into two tiers.
If the question is whether America's elites are being proletarianized," Mr.
This is a particularly problematic and devastating retreat for feminism in a time when, due to the increasing globalization of capital--as reinforced by the support of international business deals such as NAFTA--women in both the "first" and "third" worlds are increasingly proletarianized and subordinated to the exploitation of capitalist processes of production.
Lenin predicted for late 19th century Russia that the middle peasantry would mostly be proletarianized because of the disproportionality between its assets and reproduction needs.
181) As a result, newly proletarianized rural-dwellers had little option but to migrate to the various cities and towns.
Thompson, constituted a proletarianized stratum "present at its own making.
Their ranks were not selected from the proletarianized poor, but from middling groups of urban artisans and small farmers, who were able to afford migrations of completed nuclear families, though sometimes in stages across considerable periods of time.
As well, the intellectual work of the universities had become proletarianized and was useful in its own right in terms of innovations that could be applied in industry or in the management of social institutions.
To advance a concrete program related to the reduction of harms and offenses and to the induction of criminal and social justice, I would suggest focusing on the development of the following: (1) international law and tribunals that recognize the sovereignty of human rights and political freedoms; (2) "mixed economies" that recognize that in a fully proletarianized and hyper-commodified global market, there is a need to resist the "worst evils" of a world economy, which promote chaos rather than reproduction; and (3) voices of difference or plurality for the purposes of democratizing and popularizing capital through the representation of our collective identities and solidarities.
The alienated proletarianized social body generated its anti-official, underground ideological "complex" that represented its immediate economic interest and claims to power.