Topic: Social Structure
In order for us to understand why sociological theories could be classified into 'consensus' and 'conflict' perspectives it may be best to first define these concepts. Consensus is a concept of society in which the absence of conflict is seen as the equilibrium state of society based on a general or widespread agreement among all members of a particular society. Conflict can be overt or covert, stemming from the range of possible differentiations.
Conflict theory emphasizes those conflicts inherent to human society [Jary & Jary, 2000:105]. Its d…
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