• Marxism
  • Define: Marxism, whose central values are liberty, equality and fraternity, insists that welfare and well-being are social norms based on the values of solidarity and cooperation. This theory proposes a welfare society where the well-being of people is a primary consideration and the mode of production is set up to meet human needs rather than to make profits.
  • Apply: Along with social policies, community also should support and take care of each individual in a community. All people in the community should have equal social resource services not only for human basic needs but also their well-being life.
  • Adapt: This theory can be adapted to Politics field. This theory would be helpful to promote participation in the government for social changes in order to encourage social justice and social equality.

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  1. Marxism is a good foundation for analyzing the problem of capitalist business models, and aspiring for egalitarian society. It is, however, not a self-sufficient system. It is a philosophical development within Western traditions that are founded on Christian principles of reverence for the Supreme Creator, and the teachings of mutual respect and encouragement, along with various psychological components that are part of healthy, dynamic, and socially supportive community development. Joyce Rothschild wrote a 2009 paper in American Behavioral Scientist "Worker Co-operatives and Social Enterprise" and Ethan Miller has written on the comprehensive and diverse components of community development in Solidarity Economics.