What was Karl Marx's contribution to sociology?


Marx invented an entirely new sociological movement. Marxism refers to the belief that society is imbalanced when a few own the means of production while the rest create the goods and services. It is a backbone in communist belief systems.
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Karl Marx created the theory of marxism, he came up with the theory that the rich exploit the poor.
he's basically the founder of conflict theory in sociology, and of class-based analysis.
Marx's contribution to thinking in sociology is in a
In K. Marx’s opinion inequality is “class inequality”. It is class structure of society which gives power to the classes. The economic and social relations of production
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Karl Marx
Karl Marx studied law and philosophy, and was initially influenced by the works of G. W. F. Hegel. Marx rejected the idealism of Hegel and developed a more materialistic theory of history as science, ultimately predicting that the triumph of the working... More »
Born: May 5, 1818, Trier, Germany (Prussia)
Died: March 14, 1883
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