Mode of Production

Mode of Production

Definition of Mode of Production

The Canada social science dictionary [1] provides the following meaning of Mode of Production: The dominant form of social and technical organization of economic production in a society. Historically a variety of modes of production can be distinguished based on both technology and the structure of social relationships. Historical modes of production include hunter-gatherer with very simple technology and common ownership; ancient, with more advanced technology and slavery; feudal, with simple technology and landowning lords and bonded serfs; and capitalist with sophisticated technology, private ownership of capital and a wage system. See: STATE CAPITALISM in this legal dictionary and in the world encyclopedia of law.

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Notes and References

  • Drislane, R., & Parkinson, G. (2016). (Concept of) Mode of Production. Online dictionary of the social sciences. Open University of Canada

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