Industrial Revolution

September 28, 2023

Shopping Center: A Place of Exclusion/Alienation of the Citizens. Greici Juliane Ribeiro Bessa. It is knowledge of all the growth that the commerce comes demonstrating throughout the last years, also is fact that this happens due the rise of the indices of consumption of the society. In relation to this what it is contacted it is that each time a bigger number of people comes if strengtheing to obtain to reach the rhythm of the launchings you deal, thus satisfying its necessity (nor always basic), and many times this if of the one in consequencia to a process of alienation of the citizens. Beyond the rise of the consumption, not only in Brazil, but in the world, one another factor that has grown sufficiently says respect the poverty and the exclusion that this cause, facts as these are directly on to the capitalist system and the consequencias of its implantation.

From the second half of century XVIII, with the Industrial Revolution, caused for the implantation of the capitalism, – the beginning to an uninterrupted process of collective production in mass, search of the generation of profit and accumulation of capital through more value. The capitalist system is a system that separates to capital and work and its relations are materialized in form of domination of the detainers of the means of production, and the exploration of that vendem its force of work thus to supply its necessities. A relation based on the infrastructure (guaranteeing the growth of the economy of the society through the work of the proletariat) and superstructure (for the ideologies that guarantee the domination). Definite Comumente as a system of organization of established society in the private property of the means of production, and in the contract freedom on these goods, the people, in intention to satisfy its desires and necessities, spontaneously tend to direct its efforts in the direction to accumulate capital, which is then used as currency of exchange in order to acquire the desired services and products.

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