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Exchange-Rational Choice and Feminist Theory – Theoretical Approaches of Social Structure (SOC)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Exchange-Rational Choice and Feminist Theory – Theoretical Approaches of Social Structure (SOC) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Understanding Social Structure.


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    1. Rational Choice Theory.
    2. Supply and Demand.
    3. Economics.
    4. Functionalism.
    5. Social interdependence.
    1. People only attempt to maximize rewards and minimize costs when they have something valued in exchange.
    2. People make choices, based on utilitarian factors, manipulated by self-interest.
    3. People attempt to maximize rewards and minimize costs.
    4. Every interaction involves an exchange of something valued.
    5. All human behaviors are always self-centered and utilitarian.
    1. Men and women uphold equal social statures.
    2. The hierarchical structures in society disadvantage women and minorities.
    3. Gender is an important variable that influences social patterns.
    4. Sociologist should pay attention to the intersection of race, class, gender, and other aspects of social identity.
    5. Social change is needed to improve the stature of women in the society.

    Author of lecture Exchange-Rational Choice and Feminist Theory – Theoretical Approaches of Social Structure (SOC)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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