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Chapter 7: Conflict Theory

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Chapter 7: Conflict Theory
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Marxist Theories
Background
Instrumental & structural marxism
Liberal Conflict Theory
Implications for Social Policy
Marxist Theory
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Karl Marx background
Premise: conflict is
economic in nature
Class conflict
Class Conflict
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Capitalists
Own & control means
of production
(infrastructure)
Achieve wealth
through capital
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Workers
Work for wages
Vulnerable to
displacement &
exploitation
How do capitalists control
society?
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Superstructure –
institutions which
shape ideology
Media
Education
religion
Contemporary Marxism
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Crime & deviance is a response/reaction
to deprivation
Instrumental & structural marxism
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Instrumental
capitalist class is
monolithic
State is an instrument
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Structural Marxism
Factions among
capitalists
State more
autonomous
Ex: Kyoto Accord
Liberal Conflict Theory
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Conflict is not necessarily economic. May
be based on :
Culture Conflict (Sellin)
Political Conflict (Vold’s Group Conflict)
Institutional Power (Turk’s authoritysubject conflict)
Social Policies
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Redistribution of Wealth (Marxism)
Changing power structures through
democratic/political reforms (Liberal
Conflict)
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