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Social Theories Are Not Sociological Unless They Focus on Society as a Specific and Distinct Object of Study

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Social Theories Are Not Sociological Unless They Focus on Society as a Specific and Distinct Object of Study

Social theories are not sociological unless they focus on society as a specific and distinct object of study

Sociological theories are embedded and grounded in society. Society is the laboratory of sociologists where they carry out empirical inquiry to generate sociological knowledge. Basic premise of sociology is the Development of systematic knowledge about social life, way it is organized, the way it changes and the concern with social action and interaction. Social theory helps us organize sociological inquiry in order to generate sociological knowledge about society. In the Feminism theory Feminism can be understood from different angles: as a movement – a process of identifying, confronting, challenging and changing gender inequalities which are by definition social inequalities. It is a political stance and a way of life.

Beginning in France during the enlightenment period and spread to the USA. It entrenched itself within the motto, egalite and the principles of democracy. Main proponent Simone Beauvoir. Within the feminist movement, politics and way of life, there are many approaches. These approaches confront and challenge a certain aspect of gender relations and the inequalities manifested within.

A. Liberal Feminist

In this strand of feminism the main emphasis is equality between the different

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