Talk:Consensus theory

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Paragpraph contrasting consensus and conflict theories[edit]

The last paragraph (well, the last one there at the moment) is opaque and unsourced. The comment that "Under conflict theory, the rules are seen as coercive, and who transgresses them is considered oppressive and wrong" seems particularly poorly phrased if not downright wrong. LeapUK (talk) 13:27, 19 August 2016 (UTC)