In Conflict and Order: Understanding Society
Four themes infuse the conflict perspective orientation of this book: diversity, the struggle to achieve social justice, economic and global transformations in the U.S.
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CHAPTER The Sociological Perspective
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activities African Americans argued Asian Americans behavior beliefs benefits Black Chapter church conflict theorists consequences corporations crime culture deviant dominant economic effect elite Emile Durkheim ethnic example federal female force gender George Ritzer girls goal groups Hispanic households human immigrants important income increase individuals inequality institutions interaction Karl Marx labeling theory labor Latinos live major male Maxine Baca Zinn ment Michael Parenti million minorities mobility Native Americans nomic norms occupations order theorists panel titled parents percent person perspective political poor population position poverty poverty line programs race racial religion religious result roles social class social control social organization social problems social structure sociological sociologists status stratification taxes tend theories tion U.S. society unemployment United values violence wages welfare White women workers York