Comparison and critical analysis of the Marxist conceptions of ‘ideology’ with reference to the role of ideology in the social structures and institutions of capitalist societies。
Within the social structure, ideology refers to the beliefs and perceptions developed by the individuals and their impact on the overall social ideas. The theory of ideology associated with social concern has been developed by Marx in order to identify the features of the UK politics as well as their impact on the society. However, there are different Marxist theories of ideology, and due to this, the comparison and criticism of all the concepts is helpful in determining the way of social view to the application of this theory.
According to the perception of Karl Marx, the economic development of the capitalistic society is depended on two classes like bourgeoisie and the proletariat. The concept of production proceeds parallel with the value of the outcome . However, it is also argued in this regard that the value signifies the role and contribution of the workers. The capitalistic growth of the UK market is even going upwards gradually and after the accumulation of the concentrated capital at the topmost position, the standard rate of the economic growth declines rapidly.