Many made reference to the mass media without necessarily tying it to the specifics of the question; similarly, others referred to the commercialisation of childhood without linking this explicitly to the question. Many students compared various cross-cultural models of childhood, and in some cases contrasted these with the experience of childhood in modern industrial societies. Relatively few students were able. In Britain, a good quality of public education service has been promised for all children regardless of ethnicity, race or income.
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Compare and contrast Marxist and functionalist accounts of category and inequality. There are several sociological positions and they all have different thoughts and theories about category and inequality, including Marxist Karl Marx a struggle theory and Functionalist Emile Durkheim, Robert Merton a structural consensus theory. In this essay I will demo the different theories of societal category from these two positions. I will so reason by measuring the Postmodernist position of societal category. Marxism was introduced by Karl Marx He believed that that the middle class exploited and oppressed the labor. Marx followed the structural struggle position and believed that establishments such as instruction, the media and the jurisprudence are used by the middle class as a manner to specify and act upon societal category Marx, cited in Blunden,
The Meaning of Emile Durkheim's Functionalism
Functionalism is the relationship of mental states and their reaction with societies and the sensory inputs and behavioral outputs. This is how a person mentally processes their environment and then physically reacts to the situation. For example, if theory of mental states function is to decipher reality for non reality, good form bad, happy from sad or mad, etc.
According to Marx two basic classes bourgeoisie, the owners of the means of production and Proletariat, the workers around which other less important classes are grouped, oppose each other in capitalist system. On the other hand, for Mussolini the idea of class system is pointless and for him fascist state is one where a hierarchical society exists. Also Engels and Marx argued about the exploitation of working class and the interests of the capitalists that affect proletarian.