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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style SOCIOLOGY 3683: WEALTH, POWER, & PRESTIGE Early statements Paradigms • Paradigm: general image of reality that shapes a specific theory • Conflict: critical view of society • Functional: uncritical view of society Paradigms Conflict Functional Interests groups society Groups competition cooperation Society conflict harmony Institutions benefit elites integrate masses Order power consensus Inequality (1) dysfunctional (2) unnecessary (3) historical (1) functional (2) necessary (3) inherent Paradigms Conflict Functional Interests groups society Groups competition cooperation Society conflict harmony Institutions benefit elites integrate masses Order power consensus Inequality (1) dysfunctional (2) unnecessary (3) historical (1) functional (2) necessary (3) inherent Paradigms Conflict Functional Interests groups society Groups competition cooperation Society conflict harmony Institutions benefit elites integrate masses Order power consensus Inequality (1) dysfunctional (2) unnecessary (3) historical (1) functional (2) necessary (3) inherent Paradigms Conflict Functional Interests groups society Groups competition cooperation Society conflict harmony Institutions benefit elites integrate masses Order power consensus Inequality (1) dysfunctional (2) unnecessary (3) historical (1) functional (2) necessary (3) inherent Paradigms Conflict Functional Interests groups society Groups competition cooperation Society conflict harmony Institutions benefit elites integrate masses Order power consensus Inequality (1) dysfunctional (2) unnecessary (3) historical (1) functional (2) necessary (3) inherent Paradigms Conflict Functional Interests groups...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOC 3683 taught by Professor Clark during the Spring '08 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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