Saving Private Ryan
This essay provides an analysis of the Steven Spielberg film “Saving Private Ryan.” The essay analyzes the film using social conflict theory and Durkheim’s morality imperative as a means of showing how elite, powerful groups use coercion to influence other groups in order to maintain social order.
This paper provides an analysis of poverty from the perspective of three different theoretical frameworks in sociology: 1) structural functionalism, 2) social conflict theory; and, 3) symbolic interactionist theory. Ways these theories propose resolving poverty are also addressed.
CONFLICT THEORY IN A HOUSING PROJECT.
Applies the principles of conflict theory to the interactions between a street gang and the Tenants' Council of a housing project. Ideology of the gang, and its control of economic and cultural resources. How this related to the circumstances of their community. Attitudes of housing project residents toward the gang and its violence. Inter-gang conflict.
This paper examines three theroies: functionalist theory, conflict theory, and symbolic interactionism and discusses how each theory would analyze obesity. Pulic attitudes toward obese people; reactions of obese people.
A discussion of the political philosophy of Marxism, including Marxist theory, its concepts, development, application, variations of the theory, and political analysis. This essay delineates specific Marxist notions drawing upon the works of Marx, Engels, and scholarly commentary on those works and their constructs.
This paper provides two brief essays on George Orwell's Animal Farm. The first provides a summary of the novella from the social conflict theory of sociology, and the second provides an argument that communism will never be a successful means of organizing societies based on the view offered by the novella.
Conflic Theory in "The Matrix"
Using examples from the societies created in the 1999 film, "The Matrix," this paper examines social conflict theory and the concepts of social stratification, exploitation, and deviance. The social paradigm.
CONFLICT THEORY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
Defines & examines conflict theory & view that crime is inevitable result of social conflict. Human nature, social order, logic of theory, legal policy & practice.
This paper looks at sexual deviance, how it is defined, who takes part in it, what sociological theories have to say about it, the scope and diversity of the problem, statistics on prevalence, and if it is a problem that can be solved.