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Critical Theory In Context

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This PDF outlines and illustrates the basic principles of Critical Theory - its history and relationship to Cultural Studies, Cultural Politics, Capialism, Marxism. Among the key conceptual categories are interrogated and explained:

  • Socialism
  • Base-Superstructure
  • Equity
  • Hegemony
  • Human Nature
  • History
  • Cutural Capital
  • Colonisation
  • Rationality
  • The Enlightenment
  • Commodification
  • The Creation of Scarcity
  • The Maintenance of Social Order
  • The Creation of Poverty
  • The Free Market
  • The Trickle-Down Theory
  • Military Spending
  • Progress
  • Criminality
  • Blaming the Victim
  • Naming and legitimating
  • Alienation
  • Praxis
  • Organic Intellectuals
  • The Role of the State

The PDF concludes by analysing an example of how these concepts apply in a real situation - in New Zealand. To download the PDF click here. 

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