The last of our critical perspectives.
The Feminist Perspective
A look at one of the critical perspectives.
The Interactionist Perspective: Part II: Phenomenology and Exchange Theory
Chapter 2: the Sociological Perspectives Section 4: Phenomenology and Exchange Theory Introduction As introduced in the last section, Interactionism makes the assumption that society is the sum of all interactions between individuals and small groups. It is a micro level perspective that focuses on human agency as the constructive force in society as opposed to … Continue reading The Interactionist Perspective: Part II: Phenomenology and Exchange Theory
The Interactionist Perspective Part 1: Symbolic Interactionism
chapter 2: The Sociological Perspectives Section 3: Symbolic Interactionism Introduction Sections 1 and 2 covered two major perspectives in the sociological tradition, the Functionalist and the Conflict Perspectives and these perspectives covered a lot of ground. Functionalism focused on the structures and functions of society that give it solidarity, permanence and stability. The Conflict perspective … Continue reading The Interactionist Perspective Part 1: Symbolic Interactionism
The Conflict Perspective
A look at the nature of social conflict.
AICE Sociology Essay Panic Attack!
THIS ESSAY IS WRITTEN IN RESPONSE TO A DESPERATE EMAIL ASKING ME FOR HELP FIGURING OUT HOW TO WRITE AN AICE SOCIOLOGY ESSAY. I FIGURED THAT REPRODUCING MY RESPONSE AND GIVING AN EXAMPLE WOULD BE BENEFICIAL TO EVERYONE IN THEIR QUEST TO PASS THE AICE SOCIOLOGY PAPERS.
Sociological Approaches to Understanding Social Cohesion
The Functionalist Perspective
A look at the Functionalist approach to sociology.
Friedrich Engels: The Origin of Family, Private Property and the State
Engels applies the Marxist Theory of Dialectical Materialism to understand the family. His work can be seen as an early expression of Marxist Feminism.
Through the Eyes of a Sociologist
How do sociologists look at the social world?