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This paper covers the use of functionalism in sociology, and relates that it is amongst the most widely-used tools in the field. The paper explains how it is is a rational/functional approach, which addresses the reasons for social structures and their usefulness in the 'real' world. The paper focuses on the study of bureaucratic conduct and looks at a new method of sociological functionalism, microeconomics, which can use transactional analysis and needs fulfillment in order to outline the reasons why bureaucrats behave as they do.
From the Paper:"This paper covers the use of functionalism in sociology, which is amongst the most widely-used tools in the field (Coleman). This is a rational/functional approach, which addresses the reasons for social structures and their usefulness in the `real' world. Although many topics can be chosen, this author focuses on the study of bureaucratic conduct. There are a number of valuable approaches to understand how bureaucrats work, think and associate, and the functional reasons for their association. A newer method of sociological..."
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