Research on Digital Labor Alienation from The Perspective of Digital Capitalism

Authors

  • Meng Sun

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v9i1.8771

Keywords:

Digital labor, Alienation, Digital capitalism.

Abstract

 In the Economic and Philosophical Manuscript of 1844, Marx put forward the theory of "alienated labor". According to Marx's analysis, the process of labor alienation is actually the process of workers from formal subordination to actual subordination to capital, and it is also the process of workers' losing their subjective status, which is a vicious circle. In the era of digital economy, as a new form of labor, digital labor, while greatly improving labor efficiency and liberating productivity, is still dominated by the production system dominated by private ownership of the means of production.

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References

Collected Works of Marx and Engels (Volume 1) [M] Beijing: People's Publishing House, 2009:157

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Collected Works of Marx and Engels (Volume 5) [M] Beijing: People's Publishing House, 2009:159

Wang Jingang Production in an Information Society and the Dissimilation of Digital Labor -- A Contemporary Interpretation of Marx's "Dissimilated Labor Theory" [J]. Journalism University, 2020 (02):80-93+122.

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Published

25-05-2023

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How to Cite

Sun, M. (2023). Research on Digital Labor Alienation from The Perspective of Digital Capitalism. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 9(1), 313-314. https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v9i1.8771

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