Examples Of Sociological Perspectives

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The Sociological Perspective – Conflict Perspective The conflict perspective assumes that social life is shaped by groups and individuals who struggle or compete with one another over various resources and rewards, resulting in particular distributions of power, wealth, and prestige in societies and social systems. The absence of jobs, low income, and a high cost of living caused by inflation creates an opportunity for human traffickers. Trafficked people are usually lured with empty promises of employment, better pay, and security. When they arrive to their final destination, they learn they have been deceived and suffer different forms of abuse. Drug traffickers belong to powerful criminal organizations that enrich selling human beings
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