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Hypothetical Perspectives in Sociology are Functionalist Perspective, Conflict Perspective, and SymbolicInteractionist PerspectiveThe three essential hypothetical points of view in humanism are Functionalist Perspective, ConflictPerspective, and Symbolic Interactionist Perspective. Functionalist point of view was presented aroundthe 1940s, by three men: Herbert Spencer, Emile Durkheim, Talcott Parsons, and Robert Merton. As pertheir point of view, society has entwined parts that cooperate to make social equilibrium. All in all,sociologists center around the associating different pieces of society and break down how agathering/individual is impacted, or impacted by others (the other way around). For example, when itfinds troublesome finding a line of work, numerous results can happen from being jobless. Individualsresort to taxpayer supported initiatives (assets), to have food on the table and have the option to help
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Sociology, Karl Marx, Talcott Parsons, Herbert Spencer

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