class fraction

class fraction

(especially MARXISM) a division of any larger CLASS grouping, where differences in economic interests and ideologies lead to differences in lifestyle, political orientation, etc.
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Nevertheless, William Robinson has established a unique position within historical materialist debates on the transnationalisation of production and the concomitant rise of transnational capital as a new leading class fraction.
In other words, class struggle does not only take place between capital and labour at the national level, but also between national and transnational class fractions.
This new class fraction would burst onto the scene in the 1960s, rebelling against the older generation in a social liberal revolution in individuality and moral values.
The fact that (a) each representation is based on a subculture within a class fraction, and (b) they're not necessarily the same people thirty years apart, does not seem to bother the myth-makers.
Because Fraction 1 labor is the group most likely to experience coercive workplace controls, to develop alienative bonds to authority, and, consequently, to be more involved in delinquency, placing juveniles whose parents are from a higher class fraction (and thus are predicted to have lower offending levels) into Fraction 1 would contaminate this high delinquency group.
It drew upon the history of social workers in the twentieth century, exploring the subjectivity of one group of professional, white collar workers as that class fraction emerged in relation to the social history of work, labor and ideology.
I provide a macro-sociology of a range of micro-sociological processes that shape and define a particular professional-managerial class fraction through diffuse cultural formations, practices, ideologies, and ontologies of the self.
A model of accumulation can be discussed when it is possible to identify regularities and priorities regarding the interests of class fractions, economic variables, and policies.
The pentane-soluble fraction was separated into chemical class fractions by liquid chromatography which consisted of 10 cm x 1.
She argues that these key individuals have been dependent on the support and cooperation of various class fractions and state factions that constitute a form of "collective agency" (p.
New class fractions controlled a very different state structure and the violence unleashed was monstrous.
Integrally linked with this development was the formation of new class fractions that eventually dominated the Egyptian social formation including the state apparatus.