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Marx's Theory of Ideology
Marx's Theory of Ideology is a 1982 book about Karl Marx by the political theorist Bhikhu Parekh. The work was inspired by Parekh's experience of racial discrimination in British society.[1]
Marx's Theory of Ideology

Cover of the first edition
AuthorBhikhu Parekh
LanguageEnglish
SubjectKarl Marx
PublisherJohns Hopkins University Press
Publication date
1982
Media typePrint (Hardcover and Paperback)
Pages256
ISBN978-0801827716
Reception
Marx's Theory of Ideology was reviewed by Nicholas Abercrombih in Sociology.[2] The political theorist Terrell Carver called the book a classic exposition of the Marxist theory of ideology.[3]
References
  1. ^ Times Higher Education 2000.
  2. ^ Abercrombih 1982. pp. 629-630.
  3. ^ Carver 1995. p. 214.
Bibliography
Books
Berlin, Isaiah; Ryan, Alan; Carver, Terrell (1995). Karl Marx: His Life and Environment. London: Fontana Press. ISBN 0-00-686339-6.
Journals
Abercrombih, Nicholas (1982). "Marx's Theory of Ideology". Sociology. 16 (4).  – via EBSCO's Academic Search Complete (subscription required)
Online articles
Times Higher Education. "A lord with a rainbow notion". Retrieved 2013-10-23.
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