How do Marx and Engels define the bourgeoisie?
According to Marx and Engels, the bourgeoisie are the ruling class in a bourgeois society. A bourgeois society is a society where it's citizens are governed entirely by the commodity relation. The commodity relation is the relationship between buying and selling. The commodity relation has intruded into the citizens work and family life. For instance, a common worker will sell his time and manual labour in exchange for money. So the bourgeoisie are buying the citizens time, which the citizens are selling. The ruling class or the bourgeoisie own the means of production. The means of production are the raw materials you use to create something. For instance, in modern society the bourgeoisie could be represented by the 1%. The 1% own the majority of land and natural resources (means of production) therefore the individuals of the society sell their time to the bourgeoisie to mass produce material goods. Therefore, the bourgeoisie are the ruling class who own the means of production.
Explain and proved an example of positive reinforcement.
Positive reinforcement involves the ADDition of a reinforcing stimulus following a behavior that increases the LIKELIHOOD that the behavior will occur again in the future. Reinforcing stimulus = a cookie Behavior= cleaning your room. If a child is given a cookie every time he cleans his room, he is more likely to clean his room in the future.
Is this sentence correct: I play yoga everything tuesday and thursday.
Hi student- There are 2 mistakes in this sentence. 1) When describing sports we use 3 main verbs: to do, to play, to go. It is sometimes difficult to remember which one to use. However, there is a rule of thumb: We PLAY ball sports! Basketball, baseball, cricket, hockey, volleyball, tennis etc. i.e.) I play basketball. We use GO with Individual sports! running, hiking, swimming, jogging, walking, ect. i.e.) I go running every Sunday. We us DO with material arts! karate, judo, yoga, ect. i.e.) I do yoga every morning. 2) In English, days of the week are proper nouns. Therefore, we capitalize the first letter for every day of the week. I.e) I do yoga every Tuesday and Thursday. i.e) On Sundays, I go for a walk with my family. Glad to be of help, Morgan Parker