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Functionalism The functionalist approach is mostly associated with Durkheim who drew his theory...

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  • Functionalist & Action Theory

    Higher Sociology Tutor (Glasgow) Picture Functionalism The functionalist approach is mostly associated with Durkheim who drew his theory largely from Comte’s positivist approach to sociology. The positivist approach relies heavily upon empirical data and quantitive research methods. According to Cuff, Sharrock & Francis (1990) the...

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