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  1. Elitist discourse
    1. The public sphere as communicating rationality
    2. Elitist discourse in the Cultural industries
    3. The Cultural Studies in the Mass society
  2. The counter Culture and its audience
    1. Transformation of the public arena and the spirit of informationism âge
    2. Multiculturalism in the Local and the Global society
    3. Cultural transformation in the globalised society

In his essay entitled ?the communist manifesto' Marx noted that the Bourgeois and the Proletarians form antagonistic classes in society. The history of society hitherto is the history of class struggles. IN my opinion, it marks the beginning of conflict in modern society. This conflict is the starting point of globalization. "By bourgeoisie is meant the class of modern Capitalists, owners of the means of social production and employers of wage-laborers who, having no means of production of their own, are reduced to selling their labor power in order to live" (note by Engels to the English edition in 1888). The conflict between the classes engages the idea that we exist in a society separated by orders determined by production. Who are the producers and who do they produce for? Through this concept Marx underlines, who oppressors are and who are oppressed by the system. "There are new classes, new conditions of oppression, and new forms of struggles" which follow the feudal society and create, what he called, the modern bourgeois society.

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