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Functionalist view of Society
Education
(roles, norms, laws,
sanctions)
Religion
(roles, norms, laws,
sanctions)
Economy
(roles, norms, laws,
sanctions)
Politics
(roles, norms, laws,
sanctions)
Family
(roles, norms, laws,
sanctions)
• Functionalist sociologists tend to view social
structure as working in such a way to ensure peace
and stability
• The structures that organize relationships and
interaction make certain that the “collective will” of
members is satisfied
• Undesirable behaviours are discouraged through
social structures such as laws, norms, rules, roles,
values and sanctions