Essays about: "Marxist Theories"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 14 essays containing the words Marxist Theories.

  1. 1. Critical thinking produces lasting knowledge : A litterateur study on why critical thinking is necessary for student’s development, Illustrated through the high school subject religion and science in religion studies

    University essay from Högskolan i Gävle/Avdelningen för humaniora

    Author : Nicole Annis; [2019]
    Keywords : Critical thinking; Religion and science; Lgr11; Education; Pedagogy; John Dewey; Pragmatism; Marxism; Natalism; Hannah Arendt; Paulo Freire;

    Abstract : This essay will present a discussion about why critical thinking is crucial for student’s long-term development with the subject religion and science in high school religion as an example of how this can be fulfilled. Three different theories will be applied in this essay in order to form a comprehensive discussion. READ MORE

  2. 2. Literary Theory in Upper Secondary School : Should It Be Used Before Higher Education?

    University essay from Högskolan i Jönköping/Högskolan för lärande och kommunikation

    Author : Nazanin Alvandi; [2019]
    Keywords : literary theory; feminist criticism; Marxism; postcolonial theory; teacher attitudes; literature; teaching and learning;

    Abstract : This essay examines the use of literary theory when teaching literature before higher education. The objective isto see how and if the integration of literary theory facilitates students’ engagement with and understanding of literature. The study is conducted with the qualitative method of interviews. READ MORE

  3. 3. Imagining a Revolutionary Iran: National Narratives in the Revolutionary Discourse of the Mojahedin-e Khalq

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Centrum för Mellanösternstudier

    Author : James Root; [2019]
    Keywords : revolutionary Islam; narrative; culture; Mojahedin-e Khalq; Iran; Social Sciences; History and Archaeology;

    Abstract : Skocpol’s States and Social Revolutions, first published in 1979, was a hugely influential book encapsulating what has become known as the “Third Generation” of theories of revolution. In it, she argues that “revolutions are not made, they come” (Skocpol, 1979, 17), insisting that structural factors such as pre-revolutionary social structure and state breakdown were primarily responsible for the outbreak of revolutions. READ MORE

  4. 4. Manifestations of Capitalism from a Marxist Perspective : A comparison of Cultural Values and Moral Codes in Moby Dick and David Copperfield

    University essay from Högskolan i Gävle/Avdelningen för humaniora

    Author : Graham Hepworth; [2018]
    Keywords : Marxism; Victorian; antebellum; Romanticism; Realism; feudalism; bourgeois; aristocracy; capitalism; manifest destiny;

    Abstract : This is a study of Charles Dickens David Copperfield and Herman Melville Moby Dick from a Marxist perspective, exploring the different manifestations of the capitalist system, with critical reference to the theories of Raymond Williams and Terry Eagleton. It will attempt to understand cultural differences, values and moral codes, that the two novels reveal about Victorian England and Antebellum America, at this point in literary history, the decade of time with 1850 at its centre. READ MORE

  5. 5. Parallels between SuzanneCollin's Hunger Games Trilogy and Marxist Thories about Socioeconomic Class and Ideology : Paralleller mellan Suzanne Collins Hunger Spelen och Marxistiska teorier om socioekonomisk klass och ideologi

    University essay from Karlstads universitet

    Author : Sandra Linderoth; [2018]
    Keywords : Hunger Games; Marxism; Ideology; socioeconmic class;

    Abstract : This essay aims to examines Suzanne Collins’s The Hunger Games Trilogy is a series of dystopian novel that resolves around social class and economic and politic oppression. The main focus of this essay is to examine class and ideology in The Hunger Games Trilogy. READ MORE