ISS215_LECTURE_3 - ConflictPerspective Lecture3

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Outline A. What is Conflict Perspective? B. Main Features C. Karl Marx and Conflict Perspective 1. Evolution of Society  2. Capitalism 3. Forces of Production 4. Classes in Society 5. Class Conflict
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A. What is Conflict  The conflict theorists believe that  society is a complex system  characterized by inequality and conflict  that generates social change. 
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B. Main Features Various parts of social system do not fit  together harmoniously Social order through force Competing goals of individuals leads to  conflicts  Limited resources lead to conflicts Conflict is the major source of real change in  society 
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C. Karl Marx and Conflict  1. Evolution of Society  Preclass Societies  Asiatic Societies Ancient Societies Feudal Societies Capitalist Societies
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