compare and contrast the functionalist and marxist pesperctive on social stratification
Understanding the roles of every individual in a given society.
Functionalist theory is part of sociology. It is an agreement between all members of society to ensure that it functions.
What is the structural functionalist approach to sexuality and gender stratification?
I believe that the social conflict approach best explains the social stratification.
discu the main thrust of the structural functionalist theory on sociogy
A functionalist, or functionalism, is a main theory of sociology. Functionalism explores each facet of society, and what it contributes to the whole.
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In functionalist theory of socialisation, there are two prominent figures that support this theory. The two figures are Emile Durkheim and Talcott Parson. Socialisation itself refers to the process of learning roles, norms, and values whether it is a choice or given.
Yes he was. His theory was that Ideas cause social structure. This is in contrast to Durkheim's theory of social structure causes social structure.
There are five functional approaches the media serves users:surveillance,correlation,transmission,entertainment,and mobilization.
Weber was a functionalist, also.
what is functionalist perspection on family
general agreement on society's norms and values. Core concept in functionalist theory.
The five basic characteristics of social stratification are: a) Ancient Stratification / The Antiquity of Social stratification b) The Ubiquity of Stratification c) The Social Patterning of Stratification d) The Diversity of Form and Amount of Stratification e) The Consequences of Stratification
It looks at organisations as structured wholes and culture as a variable within. The culture is manufactured by leaders and influential figures.
pro you get protection cons you lose the ablity to make desicions and you lose freedom
A functinalist believe that family and marriage life is equal and that without the Nuclear family society wouldn't work.
Edward Robert DeZurko has written: 'Origins of functionalist theory' -- subject(s): Aesthetics, Architecture
The functionalist approach says culture is like a biological organism.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Andries/Theories_of_religion#Scope_and_classifications The difference between conflict and functionalist theories on religion are: *Conflict theory refers to religion as "the sigh of the oppressed creature, the sentiment of a heartless world, and the soul of the soulless condition. It is the opium of the people. *Functionalist theory defines religion as a means of binding together a community or which alleviates a person's fear of mortality. Religion doesn't exist to explain our world but rather to help us survive in the world, but whether by binding us together socially or by supporting us psychologically and emotionally. Therefore conflict theory believe religion was made to oppress person for eg. the male s use the BIBLE to keep women submissive, while functionalist theory believes religion is to bind persons together for eg. in the BIBLE, we are referred to as one.
A functionalist is a person who strongly believes in the purpose of an idea or a belief. One question a functionalist might ask would be, "Why do you believe in God?"