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    The film, Crash, is explored using sociological theories

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    Has anyone seen the film CRASH. I need to use examples from the film and use the three theories ( conflict theory, functionalist and interactionist theories) to explain continued difficulty we have with race relations in the United States.

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    First of all, you might demonstrate how functionalist theories might characterize this film. Since this theory often views racial and ethnic inequities as both desirable and detrimental for society's overall "functioning," you can find traces in the film. For me, I feel like Lt. Dixon's character depicts this notion. He seems to hesitate using disciplinary action on Officer Ryan because it is too much of a bother, almost accepting that it is a ...

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    The film, Crash, is explored briefly using three sociological theories to validate.

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