Theoretical Framework is interesting in general but as with all topics some things make good sense and then there are others which make common sense. I also realized that the framework for theoretical models of social inequality will never be complete but instead continuous. This is because some theorist build upon others ideas while many other theorist use tools which constantly change. When I say this humanity is an ever changing entity and the day of evolution will only hold true for so long. I did find that Karl Marx came to a conclusion , with his theoretical model which leads me to believe that social inequality is researchable after today and tomorrow.
Marx theorizes the social divisions in terms of parameters or differences in social classes as it affects the workforce . His theory also entertains gender and ethnicity which can be considered social. Marx allows one to see that there are social parameters to social division of gender, ethnicity, class and race in categories of difference as well as position. Marx unlike Weber didn’t believe that each individual had to be explored, in which the outcome would be of their personal characteristics, to decide where they would be positioned on the ladder in society.
Instead he concluded that the divide comes with the grouping of individuals by major institutions and you either fitted in one group or another. There was no individual blame game for Marx but instead a societal norm or value which is set in stone whether an individual reaches there full potential or not.
Marx generally says that you can get the best education in the world but there are other factors such as gender or race which will pick your place on the pay scale and in many other places. This is why I understood social inequality from Marx’s view. It was so clear cut and the situation that he addressed way back in ancient times with the different classes still holds true today except with a few extras added. This can be seen...