Walmart

“Welcome to Wal-Mart”
Who, in the United States, has never heard of the Wal-Mart shopping center? It is so common, that big hanger down the street from almost any neighborhood that you never miss when you are getting on the highway. But there is more to that giant building you take for granted every time you walk through its doors with the intention to save a few bucks. Being one of the leading corporations of our country, Wal-Mart is far-reaching across the nation and sweeping up all the competition. Overwhelming smaller businesses to expand, making better deals and for what, to offer you the lowest prices on items like paper cups and socks?
Inside the description of the standpoint it states that social structures in society endorse stability, balance, integration, and harmony. Despite the fact, looking at Wal-Mart we can observe just how all four of these aspects are at work. For instance, integration is an example of combining into an essential whole. At Wal-Mart we have hundreds of busy employees expected at the same goal which is to deliver the best and lowest prices to its customers. Earlier functionalists such as Emile Durkheim were interested in how parts of the social system contributed to the continuation of the social system (Long.) The position Wal-Mart tries to uphold every time they open their door is to take a pricey manufactured good, cut off the price to devour all the other opposing prices. From socks to a bag of paper plates, the employees need to know how to put most of the low priced items into the carts of the customers. Though Wal-Mart can be understood from the perspective of a functionalist, it’s not too far outside the argument a hypothetical outlook has; more so, showing a lot of its main fundamentals. Some people do benefit at the expense of others, and sometimes those who benefit use their specific ideologies to justify their advantage.
Does Wal-Mart follow all seven major characteristics that allow it to harmonize people so their.