P1: Explain the principal sociological perspectives
In this part of my assignment I will talk about the sociological terms then introduce culture, values, beliefs, norms, socialization, social status, social roles, diversity, and social class Sociology is the study of society and different social structure within, social structure are large groups within society such as; Religion
This examines the role of the individual within society; it’s viewed as the scientific study of society. It’s viewed this way as it’s presented in sociology is based upon empire data. Marxism
This focuses on the inequality that occurs in a capitalist society. It suggests ways that this inequality can be overcome through revolution this theory was said by Karl Marx. Karl believed that the proletariat (working class) gets exploited by the bourgeoisie (ruling class). The statics show that 90% of wealth is owned by the bourgeoisie the rest of the society is suffering (being exploited). In order to end this exploitation in society there needs to be a revolution.
Capitalist =money and power
A capitalist society is a society where by it’s built up for maximum amount of money. Those who have the most money will definitely have the most power to do as they wish meaning the more money you gain the more you want. People will go to any extent to gain more money even if it’s means exploiting other people, in some way this is opposite to postmodern activity.
Mass production of goods and serving
Lower labour cost = maximum amount of profits
This is basically the basis of capitalist society; Marx sees this as an evil society that must come to an end. In order for society to overcome a capitalist society the worker need to realize that they’re being exploited, they should unite and fight against their exploitation through revolution and replace the evil capitalist system with a system...
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