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week 04 (early statements) - SOCIOLOGY 3683 WEALTH POWER...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style SOCIOLOGY 3683: WEALTH, POWER, & PRESTIGE Early statements
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Paradigms Paradigm: general image of reality that shapes a specific theory Conflict: critical view of society Functional: uncritical view of society
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Paradigms Conflict Functional Interests groups society Groups competition
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  • Spring '08
  • CLARK
  • Sociology, Conflict Interests Groups Society Institutions Order Inequality, conflict benefit elites, integrate masses consensus, harmony integrate masses, competition conflict benefit

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