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Theoretical Prspctvs

5 main theoretical perspectives of Sociology

Social Conflict Theory -Karl Marx - Views society as an arena of inequality, which promotes/generates conflict & change.
Structural Functionalism - -Views society as a complex system of interrelated parts that work together to promote solidarity & stability.
What are the FIVE parts of the "Social Order"? Family; Education; religion; health & medicine; politics and government.
Symbolic Interactionism - -Views society as a sum or totality of our everyday interactions. Concerned on how symbols affect us.
Feminist Theory -Views society from the perspective of WOMEN. Belief that we live in a patriarchy society.
What are the THREE types of feminist? Liberal; Radical; socialist.
Post Modernism -Views society as a culture driven by simulation rather than by reality.Society is driven by consumerism.
Created by: gisele1993