A Theory of Support and Money Bargaining by Patrick Spread

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With such an approach it is inevitable that there will be serious omissions in conflict theory. There can be no querying the validity of paradigmatic vision- it has been argued in Chapter 1 that such an approach is inevitable -but some paradigms are more potent than others. Dahrendorf (1959) himself makes several references to the limitations of the conflict paradigm. 18 But the major deficiency is that the explanations it offers of social processes are superficial and impressionistic. In Dahrendorf a great deal of 'explanation' is implicit in the definitions adopted -conflict, for example, arises from entrusting some people with a right to ensure effective coercion (para.

Not only is it difficult to divorce any normative sense from the rational, but also, in the context of a paradigmatic approach to perception, it is wrong. As will be seen, paradigms in bargaining systems are built up according to personal preoccupations, so that the outlook relating to a paradigm will be an expression of interests and values. Our modes of perceiving cause us to perceive what is of interest to us, or what we value. Thus the confusion in Weber's work between the ideal type as a rational concept and as an 'ideal' in the normative sense arises from their inseparability in the perceptual process.

Dahrendorf (1959) himself makes several references to the limitations of the conflict paradigm. 18 But the major deficiency is that the explanations it offers of social processes are superficial and impressionistic. In Dahrendorf a great deal of 'explanation' is implicit in the definitions adopted -conflict, for example, arises from entrusting some people with a right to ensure effective coercion (para. 39 above). Class conflict is inevitable if classes are 'conflict groups' standing in a relation of group conflict.

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