This post describes different types of social movements. These are broad classifications and generally social movements are made up from a combination of types. Their type can change at different points in the social movements lifecycle. Reform movements seek to change some parts of society without completely transforming it. They normally exist in democratic societies … Continue reading Types of Social Movements
The post describes the many Marxism's after Marx. It's long so the introduction lists the contents of the post. There is a mixure of theory and history. Marxism after Marx historically and geographically - David McLellan In Marxism after Marx, David McLellan has written the most comprehensive description of the various Marxism that came after … Continue reading What is Marxism Part 2: Marxism after Marx
This post provides a brief introduction to the current form of capitalism: neoliberalism. It includes sections on: neoliberal ideology; Governmentality - how neoliberalism governs, neoliberal government policies; how neoliberalism is a capitalist class project of domination; the history of neoliberalism in the twentieth century; and the three phase of neoliberalism in government since the 1980s. … Continue reading What is Neoliberalism?
This post describes capitalism as: an activity, the capitalist system, the phases of capitalism through history and that there are many capitalisms. If we want to get rid of capitalism, first we need to understand what it is. Jeremy Gilbert, in his recent book Twenty-First Century Socialism, gives a good summary of what capitalism is. … Continue reading What is Capitalism?