Social Instiutions are like organs, and Ed Gein liked those

Ed Gein and structural-functionalism. What do they have in common, if anything? Radcliffe-Brown’s structural-functionalist theory was a powerful theory at the time though it left many things unexplained, like social deviancy. His theory focused primarily on the fact that certain social institutions were created naturally in order to fulfill certain functions of society and defineContinue reading “Social Instiutions are like organs, and Ed Gein liked those”