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Title:Marksistični pogled na družbo in vzroke kriminalitete : diplomsko delo visokošolskega strokovnega študija Varnost in policijsko delo
Authors:Blažič, Miha (Author)
Bučar-Ručman, Aleš (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Blazic_Miha_2012.pdf (302,77 KB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Od odkritja Amerike, francoskih revolucij in do obeh svetovnih vojn, se je kapitalizem iz ekonomskega sistema počasi in vztrajno spreminjal in se spremenil v svetovno družbeno totalitarni politični sistem. V sistem, kjer je njegovo bistvo (obstoj) strukturno družbeno nasilje. Strukturno nasilje kot: diskriminacija, uničevanje (okolice, planeta itd.), ropanje, genocid, ustvarjanje revščine, ustvarjanje strahu (umetnega strahu), ustvarjanje kriminalitete in kaznivih dejanj (posledično tudi spodbujanje ljudi k izvajanju kaznivih dejanj, kriminalitete), povzročanje suženjstva (sužnje-lastništva), deljenje družbe (deljenje družbe na določene dela oziroma razrede; bogati – revni, levi – desni itd, to prinaša sovraštvo, uničevanje in predvsem dobiček kapitalistom). V sistemu, kjer je prisotna "posebna" skupina ljudi, ki obvladuje celotno družbo in svet to je "elita". Kapitalizem je sistem kjer se živi življenje manjšine (manjšina, ki obvladuje in diktira družbi, da je potrebno slediti velikemu "družbenemu" kapitalu) in se sledi njihovim "sanjam" – gonji po dobičku, zasebnem kapitalu. Celotna družba, njena produkcija (industrija) in njene institucije (šole, mediji, sodstvo itd.) so podrejene in temeljijo na doseganju zasebnega kapitala manjšine. Povečini se težnja po doseganju zasebnega kapitala odraža tudi v smrtnih žrtvah delavcev saj se gre preko vseh meja in cilj opravičuje sredstva.
Keywords:družba, moderna družba, kapitalizem, marksizem, kriminaliteta, vzroki, diplomske naloge
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:M. Blažič]
Source:[Ljubljana
UDC:3(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2549226 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:I1ZJLGOI
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Language:English
Abstract:From the discovery of America, the French revolutions and the two World Wars, the Capitalist system has slowly and persistently changed and transformed from economic system into a global social totalitarian political system. It has transformed into a system where social structural violence is its essence (existence). Structural violence as: discrimination, destruction (of environment, planet etc.), looting, genocide, creation of poverty and (artificial) fear, creation of crime and crime acts (thus consequently forcing people into commiting criminal acts, crime), creation of slavery (slave-ownership), dividing of society (it divides society into differend poles or classes; classes as rich – poor, left – right etc, because dividing brings hate, destruction and more importantly brings profit to capitalists). Capitalist system is a system, where lives a "special" group of people that controles whole society and World, they are called as "elite". Capitalism is a system where others are living the life of minorities (minority that controles and dictates society, that following "societies" great equity is essential) and where people are following their "dreams" – lust for profit and private equity. Whole society and its production (industry) and its institutions (schools, media, law etc.) are subordinated and based for making private equity for minorities. Lust for private equity of minorites mostly brings death among workers, because it goes beyond all boundaries and goal justifies the means.


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