What theorists view the social world as being a continuous struggle?
Conflict theorists have a view that teen pregnancies are as aresult of sexually liberal teens. They still hold the view thatteens can have sex as long as they are well educate…d about safe sexand protection.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Continuing education is critical for advancement in any occupation. If you have a true passion for what you do, you will have a natural propensity toward seeking advanced know…ledge of that field, and that advanced knowledge will promote advanced positions.
Which two theorists viewed society as a type of living organism and are identified as being among the earliest structural functionalists?
Auguste Comte and Herbert Spencer
observation and imitation play a crucial role in the gender-typing process.
A social contract theorist was an Enlightenment Era philosopher whoattempted to explain, ex post facto, how some individuals have theright to rule whole populations within a p…articular geographicalarea. Social contract theory is an intellectual device intended togive legitimacy to the state. Not all theorists would agree. Locke as example believed that apeople can overthrow a government that fails to uphold its part ofthe contract or violates basic civil rights in governance.
Which two theorists viewed society as a living organism and are identified as being the earliest structural functionalists?
karl marx w I thomas
A social contract theorist is a person who predicts the outcome ofan election. This must be a major edit as the answer above is incorrect. Whatfollows is a subjective opinio…n and has faults. Generally speaking sociologists, philosophers, historians, andpolitical scientists and others do have different views on what asocial contract means. It certainly cannot mean a"legal contract among social groups", which is one point of view.The best way to approach this would to but out some ideas andhopefully bring others into a debate page. Frequently socialcontracts involve large social classes and large national issues. I have purposely avoided using examples from the scholarlyworks of Locke and Rousseau, that would be too easy. With that said, a social contract is an agreement between one groupof people with another group of people. This definitioneliminates a "contract" between two social groups such asa wage contract management and workers. This is a technicalagreement and lawyers are involved. A social contract can exist as an informal yet strong & testedagreement between a school boards and the teachers within theeducational districts. The agreement between these two groups, isthat the teachers will be able to vote on what can happen if budgetcuts must be made. The agreement is that the teachers can keep theschool boards within budget either by laying off low seniorityteachers or vote for all the teachers to take a wage cut in orderto make budget. If its a labor contract, the its not a social contract. The social contract theorist now enters the scene andthinks about the possible benefits and / or pitfalls ofsuch an agreement. This person concludes that theoretically thiswill create a division among the teachers should they vote for layoffs among the new teachers. The theorist may propose a number ofalternatives that causes the least amount of harm to both sides.The social contract theorist is an educated speculator anda spectator. OR Here is another social contract. The State law says that it isillegal for teachers to strike. If they do, their union is fined ona daily basis and of course the teachers will lose pay. Based onthe longevity of the existence of the particular school system andthe friendly relationship between both groups, there is a socialcontract or social understanding that under no circumstances willthe union ever be forced to go on strike. The school board benefitsfor obvious reasons as does the union.
What is a continuous feed of video file to your browser that allows you to view the video as it is being dowloaded?
CIS 110? I feel your pain. Can't find it either.
Which view of crime sees society as a collection of diverse groups who are in a constant and continuing struggle to gain political power in order to advance their economic or social situation?
Not sure I was hoping someone else would know.
Social inequality reflects the social-conflict theorists ideasabout social stratification.
Some social patterns are harmful to certain groups of people.
Which theoretical perspective views social order as being maintained through cooperation and consensus?
Functionalism and conflict theory