4) Social Functions Conflict

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Social Functions of Sport Conflict Theory
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History of Conflict Theory Since mid 1960’ functionalism less popular and less influential. Emphasis on equilibrium too conservative. There is great sociological change happening.
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Conflict Theory Philosophy Relentless class struggles over poverty Unequal distribution of power & authority (Ralf Dahrendorf 1929- ) Those in power want status quo Those without power, want power NOTE: power and authority are finite
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Conflict Theorists Look At Conflict It’s function It’s resolution It’s regulation Theory based on advantages (not liabilities) of societal disequilibrium: What is functional for one group is dysfunctional for another
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Conflict Theory Social Forces Instability Disruption Disorganization Disharmony Tension Conflict
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Premises of Conflict Theory Social change is omnipresent. Social conflict is omnipresent.
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