Name of Professor Explaining Inequalities Suicide bombing is a phenomenon that largely embodies Karl Marx’s conflict theory. In any case, suicide bombing stems from political conflict, particularly territorial disputes…
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Israeli-Palestinian conflict), ideologies, nationalism, retaliation, strategic goals, defense against harsh repression, etc. The conflicts, such as that of the Israeli and Palestinians, arise over territorial rights, ideologies, and conflicting religious beliefs. Basically, there usually exists a component of intense ideological conflicts in secular and/or religious convictions. Specific factors also present are an extremely repressive state that is incapable of preventing or regulating terrorist activities; oppression or tyranny by a dominant entity; a history of political hostility; and so on. The studies cited by Brym would indicate that an organization’s decision to employ suicide bombing is either based on strategic/rational reasoning or emotional/retaliatory motives. The execution of suicide bombing discloses an organization’s inclination to take full advantage of ideological goals as well as its necessity to fight for power and resources. According to Marx’s conflict theory, society is composed of individuals and/or groups vying for scarce resources, such as power, territory, etc. Competition over these limited resources is at the core of every social relationship. For instance, Israelis and Palestinians are competing for territorial rights, political power, and public support. Thus, the Israeli-Palestinian relationship is a perfect example of Marx’s account of conflict. ...
This is precisely how Marx explains conflict theory. According to Karl Marx larger social structures and institutions, such as the economy and market, reveal the competition for valuable resources and the deep-seated inequality such competition generates; certain individuals and/or groups/organizations have greater access to or control over resources, and exploit such resources to strengthen and sustain their privileged and powerful positions in society. And according to Scanlan and colleagues (2010), in their article entitled The Scarcity Fallacy, Marx is largely correct. As stated by the researchers, “Sociologists have found that social inequalities, distribution systems, and other economic and political factors create barriers to food access” (Hartmann & Uggen 163). The widely held assumption that scarcity is the major, single cause of worldwide hunger has been critically questioned by contemporary scholars. These scholars found out that “on a per capita basis, food is more plentiful today than any other time in human history” (Hartmann & Uggen 164). So why does global hunger persist? The answer to this question rests in the basic presumption of critical theory—inequality. Food distribution practices, whether local or global, are inequitable. Some of the major forms of inequality related to this issue are poverty, gender, ethnic, and so on. Conflict theory claims that society is always competing over resources, and such competition or conflict results in social change. Poverty is one of the major factors determining such competition. Obviously, those who belong to the lower rungs of the socioeconomic ladder have more difficulties accessing or affording food.
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