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How does Weber's view of social class differ from that of Marx's view?
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Marx felt that social class has only one component, that the only significant dividing line between the classes is their relationship to the means of production. Either people own the means of production, or they do not own the means of production but work for those who do. This relationship determines the class to which they belong. Weber felt that social class is made up of three components – property, power, and prestige.
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