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Alienation of the Process: This guy must come and work at his store in the mall, not because he wants to, but because he has to
Alienation from Self: This guy no longer loves to work at his restaurant rather, he has to do what once was his passion, as a mere source of income for survival.
Alienation of Product: This factory worker has no say in what he is building on the assembly line, nor does he care
Alienation from Others: According to Marx, because of how capitalism is set up, instead of having mutual economic interests, workers are pitted against eachother for higher wages, such as this girl is "competeing" against her co-workers for more hours, higher pay, etc.
False Consciousness: According to Marx, this restaurant worker doesn't understand how dire and unjust his working conditions are, and this mentality has been put in place by the ruling class.
These two middle class workers understand their similar rank in society and have accepted it, and because of that, feel some sort of solidarity because of their similar place in the capitalistic rankings.
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