Sociology Unit 2 Theorists

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  • Sociology Unit 2 Theorists
    • Social class inequalities
      • Durkheim - functional stratification + value consensus
      • Parsons - functional hierarchy
      • Davis and Moore - role allocation
      • Saunders - promotes economic growth
      • Murray - dependency culture
      • Marx - infrastructure/superstructure
      • Westergaard - polarisation
      • Scott - social closure
      • Gramsci - hegemony
      • Wright - contradictory class position
      • Bravermann - polarisation
      • Feeley - family teaches passivity not rebellion
      • Benston - unpaid domestic labour
      • Ansley - takers of ****
      • Beechey - reserve army of labour
      • Weber - class, status, party
      • Zweig - embourgeoisement
      • Goldthorpe and Lockwood - increase in social mobility
      • Pakulski and Waters - decline in social class
      • Beck - risk society
      • Furlong and Cartmel - train journey analogy
    • Gender inequalities
      • Murdock - 200 societies
      • Parsons - expressive/instrumental roles
      • Rastogi - human capital theory
      • Murray - underclass
      • Dennis and Erdos - fatherless children
      • Schlafly - New Right response to feminism
      • Engles - ownership of private property and nuclear family
      • Stanko - sexual harassment in workplace
      • Adkins - gendered division of labour
      • Delphy and Leonard - family and socialisation
      • Millett - biological domination
      • Johnson - patriarchal terrorism
      • Feeley - suits the needs of capitalism
      • Benston - unpaid domestic labour
      • Ansley - takers of ****
      • Beechey - reserve army of labour
      • Oakley - socialisation into gender roles
      • McRobbie - bedroom culture
      • Walby - six structures of patriarchy
      • Hakim - preference theory
      • Yuval Davies - feminism is ethnocentric
      • Abbot et al - concentrates on white perspectives
      • Brewer - triple systems theory
      • Weber - class, status, party
      • Barron and Norris - dual labour market
      • Skeggs - society now too divided
      • Faludi - feminist backlash
    • Ethnicity inequalities
      • Abbot et al - concentrates on white experiences
      • Brewer - triple systems theory
      • Modood - language barriers
      • Sewell - anti school subcultures
      • Butler - young British Muslim women
      • Patterson - Host Immigrant Model
      • Parsons - ethnic inequalities are temporary
      • Cox - direct correlation between capitalism and colonialism
      • Castles and Kosack - migrant workers in Europe
      • Solomos et al - inequalities not only influenced by capitalism
      • Lawrence - New Realism
      • Hall - immigrants are scapegoated
      • Miles - racialised working class
      • Weber - class, status, party
      • Parkin - negatively privileged status groups
      • Barron and Norris - dual labour market
      • Gill - Blasian/Brasian
      • Johal - code switching
      • Back - South London housing estate
      • Vertorec - super diversity
    • Age and disability inequalities
      • Prout and James - socially constructed
      • Carrigan and Szmigin - negative stereotypes
      • Cohen - Mods and Rockers
      • Hockey and James - infantilisation
      • Weber - class, status, party
      • Parkin - negatively privileged status groups
      • Barron and Norris - dual labour market
      • Arber and Ginn - age affects power status of women
      • Itzin - comesticisation
      • Gannon - myths of ageing are androcentric
      • Oakley - oppression of women
      • Eisenstadt - forum for frustrations
      • Parsons - rites of passage
      • Cummings and Henry - disengagement
      • Gramsci - false class consciousness
      • Bond - inadequate pension
      • Vincent - forced retirement
      • Phillipson - institutional marginalisation, and dependency
      • Polemus - supermarket of style
      • Laczko and Phillipson - grey pound
      • Featherstone and Hepworth - deinstitutionalisation, and dedifferentiation

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