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CONFLICT THEORY.

Discusses theorists from sociology and political science. How they complement each other. The sociological model that posits organizations have usurped the power from individuals' individuals & societal interests. The political science model of applying conflict theory to world conflicts; role of peacekeeping. Common intervention strategies of both groups of theorists.
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With their objectives of addressing human problems and finding solutions, both the disciplines of sociology and political science share common theoretical approaches. The goals of conflict theory are to address the repression and exploitation of people by social organizations and overcome these problems by creating an alternative paradigm for genuine interaction (Young, 1975). While conflict theorists from the disciplines of sociology and political science share this fundamental objective, they deal with this issue on a different level and scope. Sociologists are concerned with individuals’ interaction with society. Political scientists are interested in the relationships between larger entities such as social organizations and states.
From the sociological perspective, the conflict theory is

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