According to this theory there are two major social groups present in the society i.e. the subject class (less powerful) and ruling class (more powerful). The power of ruling class is driven from their ownership, by the help of which they control the forces of production.
Symbolic interaction perspective is again a significant framework of the sociology. It takes into account the symbolic meaning that people rely on or develop while interacting with other individuals or groups present within a society. Symbolic interaction addresses the subjective meaning that an individual imposes of behavioral events or on objects (Crossman).
The concept of post modernism in sociology takes into account a wide range of methods practice and ideas. Post-structuralism and feminism are some common examples of post- modernism in sociology. Many sociologists consider Post-modernism as a departure from the orthodox modernist approaches such as realism, formalism, metaphysics, positivism and