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Unformatted text preview: (Coser, 1956: 7) (Coser, 1956: 8) (Social conflict...will be provisionally be taken to mean a struggle over values and claims to scarce status, power and resources in which the aims of the opponents are to neutralize, injure or eliminate their rivals.) (Coser, 1956: 8) ☺ (Coser, 1956: 8) (Coser, 1956: 8) (Coser, 1956: 8) ☺ ☺ (Coser, 1967: 157) 1907 Thomas N. Carver Franklin H. Giddings Ross Lester F. Ward E. C. Hayes Howard W. Odum Albion W. Small George E. Vincent Charles Horton Cooley Robert E. Park Ernest W. Burgess Talcott Parsons George A. Lundberg Elton Mayo Lloyd Warner Kurt Lewin Talcott Parsons (group-binding function of conflict) (Simmel, 1955: 17-18, quoted by Coser, 1956: 33) (group-preserving functions of conflict and the significance of safety-valve institutions) (Simmel, 1955: 19, quoted by Coser, 1956: 39) (safety-valve institutions) (Coser, 1967: 164, 16n) (“scapegoating” mechanism) (realistic and nonrealistic conflict) (Simmel, 1955:...
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