CONCEPT OF ALIENATION Name Institution Professor Course Date Concept of Alienation Alienation is a feeling of isolation of a person from other persons or where a person is prevented from taking part in aspects of society which he or she should be allowed to take part in. example people perceived to be outsiders can be excluded from society's activities. This paper will discuss the concept the organizational achievements but not using them as the tools for production. References Giddens A. (1971). Capitalism and modern social theory: An analysis of the writings of Marx Durkheim and Max Weber. Cambridge University Press. Marx K. (1972). The marx-engels reader (Vol. 4). New York: Norton. Sykes G. M. & Matza D. (1957). Techniques of neutralization: A theory of delinquency. American sociological review 22(6) 664-670. [...]
Please answer topic question with minimal of 100 word. Please cite references amd format to APA GUIDELINES Topic-Marx concepts of alienation. Can you think of an example of this happening in our society? Have you ever had this experience personally? What would a company need to do to avoid a situation like this? 2. Do you believe that technology has indeed flattened the world in terms of providing opportunity? please provide and give example.