Crash - Brandon Moczygemba Student I.D 489687 SOCI 1310...

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Brandon Moczygemba SOCI 1310 Student I.D. 489687 April 18, 2006 Crash Conflict Theory In the movie Crash, it seems like everybody is competing over some type of resources. I would say the majority of the characters are competing over money, power, pride, and rights. I say this because some of the characters steal vehicles, rob stores, and other various do other various things to get money. In one part, the Brendan Fraser character is worried about losing the “black vote” because his wife is stereotypical towards African- Americans. He later realizes that his wife’s only friend is the Latin housekeeper they have. Not only is there a class struggle, it also has racial conflicts involved. In the movie, it shows the Brendan Fraser character to be upper class, which is stereotyping the way white people live in the movie. It shows the two African-American characters stealing cars and money to gain money. In America today, the majority classify white people as being wealthy or upper class, while people think
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