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Unformatted text preview: body that work to keep the structure working smoothly. Social-Conflict Paradigm: Assumes that society is a complex system characterized by inequality and conflict that continuously generates social change. Karl Marx: Conflict between social classes molds society. W.E.B. Du Bois: combined activism with a scientific approach to studying sociology. Social Solidarity: Feeling belonging to a group and wanting to work to help the group succeed. Emile Durkheim said that groups become more than a collection of individuals but come to have a reality of their own. Naming your group builds Solidarity...
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- Fall '07