Our Perspective from a Functionalist and Conflicts Theory about Discrimination in Private Clubs
We propose that private clubs or organizations that have members exclusively of one race or gender should not have to open their doors to others. We defend this policy by offering a sociological and ethical argument.
Currently, there are not any laws that forbid clubs or private organizations from keeping their clubs private to those that do not meet their requirements. For instance, any club can be formed solely for men and women own no legal rights to be a part of that club. Although hard, with complete and extensive ideas and information from the functionalist point of view, it can be proven that there is good reason why clubs and organizations should remain private to specific races or genders. We choose to use the functionalist theory in order to defend our position.
From a functionalist perspective, it can be said that some things are just made for men and some are just made for women. As functionalist's we promote the better good for society and we believe we are doing so here. A comfortable atmosphere is what many people need in order to take a break from the ongoing stress of everyday life. By adding comfort to the lives of men and woman everywhere, society will inevitably benefit. …
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