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Conflict theory - Conflict theory Insociology,conflict ,...

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Conflict theory In  sociology conflict theory  states that the society or organization functions so that each individual  participant and its groups struggle to maximize their benefits, which inevitably contributes to  social change   such as changes in  politics  and  revolutions . The theory is mostly applied to explain conflict between social  classes in ideologies such as  capitalism . The theory attempts to refute  functionalism , which considers that  societies and organization function so that each individual and group plays a specific role, like organs in the  body. There are radical basic assumptions (society is eternally in conflict, which might explain  social change ), or  moderate ones (custom and conflict are always mixed). The moderate version allows for functionalism to 
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