Surviving Assumptions and a Bias Society

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Criminal behavior, mental illness, social division, and equal rights develop from social forces that should strengthen people but don’t. Hierarchies that control the economic system is basically responsible for the crime, family division, and mental disorders. They are large on material and psychic suffering.

Surviving Assumptions and a  Bias Society

Social norms rule behavior in groups and societies. They are interpreted differently in diverse cultures (Geertz 1973). Sociologists believe social rules and how people respond to economics, is the major influences on behavior (Akerlof 1976; Young 1998). According to D. Stanley Eitzen, Smith, Zinn, the sociologist perspective 1.3, Prejudice and assumptions about the poor continue to spread due to norm violations, economic control, and pluralistic society.

If social norms and violations are universal in this diverted world explain how people are labeled with mental deficiency, mental disorders, lack of education, and no social skills. The social structure set rules that demand expectations. The results are beneficial for them and not for the individual. The outcome is generally punishment from family, social groups, community, or governing official. They label people with intentions to separate, enslave, or gain personal wealth and power. Many societal problems stimulate a lack of governing organizations. They claim to help or correct problems, such as alcoholism, drug addictions, theft, and murder but they do not. Because these people face poor environmental conditions and total iniquity the problems are continuous.

Hierarchies that control the economic system is basically responsible for the crime, family division, and mental disorders. They are large on material and psychic suffering. These conditions keep people from being their best people. They increase unfairness that creates poverty and institutional racism.

Another consideration is the pluralistic society. How do the poor survive a system without concrete guidelines for all? The perception of what a problem depends, on your social strata. If it is for the sake of the military, government, the rich and famous, crime is exhilarated or swept under the rug. While the poor fill-up the prison facilities; designed to highly medicate, rob youth, stagnate mental development, divide, enslave, rape, and execute.

The System blame approach can correct much bias on social problems. It allows you to take a deeper look at the root of social problems. Correcting the social structure is reforming the true cause of inequalities. Criminal behavior, mental illness, social division, and equal rights develop from social forces that should strengthen people but don’t. People in poor environments know they must become high achievers to succeed. With jobs, ownership, chemical-free water, natural food, equal education; of course, the social status will change, and so would the answers to many social problems. Zinn William J. Wilson makes a more compelling system-blame argument, (1987).

Reference

Eitzen D. S., Smith, & Zinn, The sociologist perspective 1.3. Social Norms. First published (Tue Mar 1, 2011), substantive revision (Mon Sep 24, 2018).

Social norms rule behavior in groups and societies. They interpreted differences in

diverse cultures (Geertz 1973).

Sociologists believe social rules and how people respond, to economics is the

major influences on behavior (Akerlof 1976; Young 1998).

Sumner G. & Social Darwinism Social Problems (14th edition).

Zinn & William (1987). makes a more compelling system-blame argument,

 

 


Submitted: February 14, 2020

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