Title: marx and his world
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Of course, there could be a difference of opinion about what counts as major social changes as well -- it is not always easy to tell, of course, especially at the time. Has the Net brought about major social change, for example? Will it? What about the trends some people call 'postmodernism' and others 'late modernity'? Partly this debate also turns on whether major social change is occurring as a result of the conditions called 'hyperreality' (for example)...
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I suppose in general, we could focus on large changes of those aspects of life assumed to be central to entire social systems -- family, work, belief, identity, for example.
Let's start with Durkheim, who believed that societies could be placed on some evolutionary scale, with Australian aborigines, say at the 'early' end, and ours (of course) at the 'advanced' end...
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