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Read posts by fellow students below of 100+ words titled “What I have learned from my fellow students” and tell how you learned something that you had not thought of before that is related to the perspective that you chose as most interesting. This is not your typical Reply-to-other-classmates as a way to tell them what you think about their opinions. It is meant to have you apply their perspectives to your personal opinion in a way that broadens your ideas about yourself.
After reading Chapter One, I feel that functionalist is the one that most appeals to me. The functionalist perspective emphasizes the interconnectedness of society by focusing on how each part influences and is influenced by other parts. For example, the increase in single parent and dual-earner families has contributed to the number of children who are failing in school because parents have become less available to supervise their children’s homework. As a result of changes in technology, colleges are offering more technical programs, and many adults are returning to school to learn new skills that are required in the workplace. The increasing number of women in the workforce has contributed to the formulation of policies against sexual harassment and job discrimination. Functionalists use the terms functional and dysfunctional to describe the effects of social elements on society. Elements of society are functional if they contribute to social stability and dysfunctional if they disrupt social stability. Some aspects of society can be both functional and dysfunctional. Conflict perspective views society as composed of different groups and interests competing for power and resources. The conflict perspective explains various aspects of our social world by looking at which groups have power and benefit from a particular arrangement. The Feminist theory argues that were live a patriarchal society or a hierarchical system of an organization controlled by men. Interactionist reflects the micro-sociological perspective, and was largely influenced by the work of early sociologists and philosophers, such as George Simmel, Charles Cooley, George Herbert Mead, and ErvingGoffman. Interactionist emphasizes that human behavior is influenced by definitions and meanings that are created and maintained through symbolic interaction with others. Having common sense approach thinking definitely appeals to to me as being a functionalist.
A Feminist was one major sociological theories that appealed to me the most. Feminism is a range of political movements, ideologies, and social movements that share a common goal: to define, establish, and achieve political, economic, personal, and social equality of sexes. This includes seeking to establish educational and professional opportunities for women that are equal to those for men. Back in the 60s when women were fighting for rights, feminism was born and all they wanted was to be equals to men. Nowadays, I feel as though the definition has changed. Sure, women aren’t equal in some societies, but the ones on youtube you see (SJW’s, or social justice warriors) are absolutely crazy. They believe women are above men. As a women, I believe women are just as equal to men as men are equal to women, and not one gender is subservient to another. Some feminists are so crazy that they get “offended” by everything a man does and try to make men the ones subservient. Some feminists are misandrists as some hate men and some really hate men. Not all feminists are misandrists, but all misandrists are feminists. The oppressed of the world develop a hatred, fear, and dislike of those who oppress them… or against the entity they ‘feel’ are oppressing them. It’s impossible to respect your oppressors! As long as feminists still falsely believe that all men are constantly oppressing all women, feminists will never respect men. Feminism is a huge world movement which is trying to give women equal rights and opportunities. They have many ways of going about this but all agree that the old gender roles do not fit all people, men or women and these people need freedom from them. I believe Feminism is a hate movement, ie”what use are men ” and “Families don’t need fathers” although they do want fathers money. Feminism is not about equality, equality is an excuse to gain favouritism for women and leave men with things women don’t want and don’t like. Which is exactly what’s happened in Sweden. Feminism is sexism and misandry and that’s all it is.
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