We not only seek out evidences that confirm what we think is right but also are prone to interpreting evidences that suit our discourse.
Schools teach pupils to respect authority, to accept being told what to do, to compete with each other and to get used to being judged.
The impact of this development on the Third World countries can be seen in terms of the emergence of a new working class, often mainly feminine, that works for lower wages and in inferior conditions.
People’s actions are shaped more by the subjective meaning they attribute to their situation than by the purely objective aspects of the situation.
When people refer to someone’s sex (sometimes referred to as biological or physical sex), they’re talking about their anatomical features, that is, physical characteristics, genes and hormones. Many people think of male […]
We hire for potential. We retain for tacit knowledge.
The theory of alienation is an intellectual construct in which Marx explains the devastating effect of capitalist production on human beings, on their physical and mental states and on the social processes of which they are a part.