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Structural Functional Theory?

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The structural functional theory explains the expectations of a society and the inability of the members of that society to stray away from those expectations. It focuses on the organization of a society and the relationship between the social units that make up that society. The theory provides general law and guidelines by which individuals are governed.
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Structural functional theory holds that society is best understood as a complex system with various interdependent parts that work together to increase stability. It takes the view that society consists of parts (e.g. police, hospitals, schools, and farms), each of which have their own functions and work together to promote social stability.
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