Ultural Diversity Basic foundation of conflict perspective

The basic foundation of conflict perspective is that individuals and groups in society wrestle to increase their portion of the desirable resources that exist. Given limited resources, the struggle inevitably leads to conflict and competition. Additionally, this competition creates changes in societies and its institutions when separate groups attain power.

Examining one of three groups (Latino, Native American, African American) apply the principles and assumptions of conflict theory and assimilation historically. What contemporary issues emerge from this process?
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Prompt: It s just male and female  right? Using sex/gender as a dichotomous discrete variable has long been a teaching methods in most statistics courses. It s pretty simple  either you or you aren t female/male. We are not kind of female or kind of male. Right? Well that is now an interesting question. The line between male and female may not be as clear cut as once thought. Recently, Caster Semenya, the world champion runner from South Africa, had her gender questioned. This brought into the forefront a discussion that maybe sex is not clearly a matter of an XX or an XY chromosome.

As you reflect on this  enlightening discovery, how should we decide the sex/gender of a person? If the gender is in question, who should decide? When should this decision be made? How does the concept of a new category of sex/gender affect contemporary Americans? Is there a way to resolve this issue? What makes us male and female?

With time and age, children know what their gender is, regardless of any and all child-rearing to the contrary. We can observe how they act and function even before they tell us, thus intersex children should not have  gender labels until they decide their gender!