6 edition of Socialogical Theory found in the catalog.
G. Y RITZER
May 12, 1988 by Random House USA Inc .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||486|
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Another sociological perspective on unemployment is the Conflict Theory. Conflict theory is a body of ideas including Marxism. Marxism claims that economics determines the nature of society; its politics, religion, law, and culture. Unlike the idea of functionalism, there is a conflict of interest.
People have different goals and purposes.