Do you believe the structural-functionalist or the social conflict approach best explains social stratification?
I believe that the social conflict approach best explains the social stratification.
Judicial Interpretation is a mode or technique that explains how the judiciary should interpret the law, specifically constitutional documents and legislation. There are several approaches to this, including these: the structuralist approach, doctrinalist approach, developmentalist approach, textualist approach, contextualist approach, and the originalist approach.
What is the part of a short story that explains the motives conflict and characters before the action starts to rise called?
How does the author reveal the final outcome of the conflict and explains the unknown element in the uglies?
How might you apply the symbolic - interaction approach to other social patterns such as the work place or family life?
Strenghts of the behaviourists approach are that it has had a major influence on psychology, it is very scientific, its easily testable, it is able to explain individual differences, explains behaviour using simple principles and it has many practical applications. Weaknesses are that it ignores conciousness, subjective experience and emtotions, it is reductionist, it denies the role of innate factors and that its deterministic.
Marx. Weber was very important in helping to found sociology, but his ideas regarding "stratification" were very bourgeois. He essentially saw things like whether people respect you or not as a person as being just as important as where people stand in terms of ownership of the means of production, he saw the economic and social spheres as being related but his conception of society is strikingly inferior to Marx's. Marxist analysis explains social phenomena…