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). That says enough about inequality in education and how that can either affect the people individually or society.As I explained before, there are three major theoretical perspective and each of them play a role on how we view the world. There is structural functionalism and it views society as one unit. Secondly, there is conflict theory and it is based on numerous groups of people competing over dominance of economics resources, prestige, and power (Sullivan, 2016). In conclusion, there is symbolic interactionism and it views society of having relationships with people to form common meaning and significance with one another (Sullivan, 2016). However, in my social problem within the education system it best aligns with conflict theory becauseeveryone in the world can’t afford education, otherwise they would all have some sort of degree. This is what makes education scarce and valuable in society and ultimately cause inequality. Looking back at this social problem and how it continues is really self explanatory. Individuals
are naturally competitive and they want they highest education so they can live comfortably and that is why this social problem will always continue. However, I feel this problem can’t be fixed, but it can be