He believed that society was shaped by the economic system and it defined peoples place within society. He identified that there were two social classes; the bourgeoisies also known as capitalists and the proletariat also known as the working class. He believed that we lived in a capitalist society; this is where industrial development e.g. machinery has allowed the bourgeois to exploit production for their own gain, whilst the rest of society are wage-labourers (they own little or no capital).The bourgeoisies are a dominant group who owned factories and the employments. He believed that they were exploiting the proletariats as they were being paid less than they should be especially for the long hours they were working. The bourgeoisiewere
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