Full Name: DUONG THI THUY LINH
Student ID Number: 11040018
Cohort: SNHU 2011
Sociology is the scientific study of social life. It describes and analyses social behavior. It seeks to discover how human society has come to be the way it is, and reveal the social forces that shape people’s lives. As forces that influence people and help shape their lives. Society shapes what we do, how we do it, and how we understand what others do. The paths of our lives are not just determined by individual will or even individual effort. Sociologists try to identify the social processes and structures that both enable and constrain individuals to behave in certain ways. According to ...view middle of the document...
In this company, the company is divided into different parts: accounting department, administrative office, marketing department, design department .... Each department has a specific mission and support each other in their work. For example, design rooms often offer ideas, designs to create new products. The accounting department is responsible for predicting income, necessary expenses of the company needed to create those products. To achieve the targets achieved as well as the number of products accounting department and design department should work with the marketing department to create ads that generate attraction to consumers. The department is working closely together to increase revenue for the company. If all goes well, the parts of a company produce order, stability, and productivity. If all does not go well, the parts of society then must adapt to recapture a new order, stability, and productivity. Head of this department is the director and chairman of the board. These people have taken the task of regulation, fair working hours for all employees in the department and the company. This helps the members of the company have been feeling the same fair treatment, so they will try to work and help the company income.
Secondly, Conflict theory emphasizes the role of coercion and power in producing social order.While these latter perspectives focus on the positive aspects of society that contribute to its stability, the conflict perspective focuses on the negative, conflicted, and ever‐changing nature of society.Unlike...