proletarianize


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proletarianize

(ˌprəʊləˈtɛərɪənaɪz) or

proletarianise

vb (tr)
to move from being an employer to becoming a wage-earner or employee; to make working-class
Translations

proletarianize

[ˌprəʊləˈtɛərɪənaɪz] VTproletarizar
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As innovative organization succeeded in the heady days of the mid-1980s, they participated in a process that 'helped proletarianize the anti-apartheid struggle'.
Under ultra-peripheral capitalism, it was far more profitable not to proletarianize than to do so!
He details how the expansion of international markets in standardized products requiring capital as well as technologically intensive production systems serve to concentrate land and proletarianize labour.
No longer a functional part of the economy of the impoverished and economically unproductive reserves, yet thrown onto their own devices as urban migrants, by the early 1980s women made up a crucial component of the newly militant African working class that had emerged from the 1970s and helped proletarianize the anti-apartheid struggle.