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4 June, 00:35

An approach to racism which emphasizes that racism keeps minorities in low-paying jobs, thereby supplying the capitalist ruling class with a pool of cheap labor, is based on the work of which classical theorist?

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  1. 4 June, 00:52
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    Talcott Parsons

    Auguste Comte

    Emile Durkheim

    Karl Max.

    Explanation:

    Theories and arguments by great men like Talcott Parson, Auguste Comte et al were discussed as approaches to hardship.

    But Karl Max's case study was the most valuably used because it exclusively explained how racism is been used as a source of conversion of useful manpower by the elites to cheap labour which yielded them tons of money and made wealthier. And in case made the poor at that time in the United states poorer which those who found themselves in the rich or elite division of the economy kept growing. And at the same time gaining from their hardship and making cheap labour off their sweat.
  2. 4 June, 01:49
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    Karl Marx

    Explanation:

    the Marxist theory: Karl Marx explains the capitalist exploitation of minorities which is characterized by the wealthy taking from the poor and using them as cheap labour to generate a lot of profit and in essence making the poor poorer. He explains the rationale of racism as way to acquire cheap labour and keep making profit in the capitalist economy, keeping the poor the way they are and enriching the capitalist class infinitely.
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