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JPC Conflict/Funct

Sociology Exam#1

Conflict or FunctionalistCharacteristic
Conflict focuses on competition among the parts
Functionalist society is composed of interrelated parts
Functionalist focuses on the group as a whole
Conflict society is characterized by social inequality
Functionalist individuals are responsible for their acievements as well as for their failures
Conflict individuals are often NOT responsible for their acievements and failures
Functionalist societies are like organisms whose parts are interdependent and must work together
Conflict societies are like sports arenas where groups with different interests compete for prizes
Created by: jpclark