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Unformatted text preview: $ E 3 2 . 2 9 d ) X * k k c d C , m 5 5 E d ) m s E- 3 .- . ,+ z s z E ; : . 3 C , 2 . 2 G 3 3 . O F 4 . 3 C ,- *- s i . g 'a Q d ) E . 3 2 % , % d o 5 % Q C , r d 2 5 2 E .a , , . H e ; z E c d 2 % g- 2 .& 2 C , G Q g + 2 b- Q G o 'a z " B m C , E z . 5 & g z . 5 c a , +- !- m 5 Q g m O- C M , o Structural functionalism neglects consideration of conditions in which "social solidarity" brings about conflict. ConflictMarxism, in turn, minimizes the role of conflict in fostering cooperation and integration Functionalism offers a conservative view of society. Conditions of inequality are necessary to maximize functionality. Conversely, Marxism is a radical approach for social change i.e. "revolution" is the means to abolish the status quo of inequality and conflict Structural-functionalism claims the goal of objectivity for conducting sociological research. ConflictlMarxism rejects the goal of objectivity and emphasizes "praxis" in research Functionalism assumes consensus of values as the basis for social...
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