CMST 342 - Lecture 6 Course Hero

CMST 342 - Lecture 6 Course Hero - Critical Approaches...

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Critical  Approaches Chapter 6
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Are Unions Good or Bad for Business? 1 2 62% 38% 1. Good 2. Bad
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Would you join a Union? 1 2 44% 56% 1. Yes 2. No
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Should Women Get Equal Pay for Equal Work? 1 2 13% 87% 1. Yes 2. No
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Does College Football contribute to the oppression of women? 1 2 80% 20% 1. Yes 2. No
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Frames of Reference Unitary frame of reference Pluralist frame of reference Radical frame of reference
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Critical Approaches Adopt radical frame of reference Organizations – sites of domination Theory can emancipate individuals from dominating  organizations Theorist as activist
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Critical Approaches Roots found in work of Marx Believed critique would reveal fundamental truths  about human social condition Influence has been widespread Frankfort School of Critical Theory
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Critical Approaches Critical theorists tend to agree on Certain societal structures and processes lead to  imbalances of power Imbalances of power lead to alienation and oppression Role of theorist is to explore and uncover imbalances  and bring them to attention of oppressed
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The Pervasiveness  of Power Power equated with control and domination Traditional approach Symbological approach Radical-critical approach Sources of power
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