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Asher its radical because its talking about exploiting working class. Unitary although it is one perspective it looks at achieving harmony within the workplace. Whereas radical is when the upperc class ie the employees benefit and the workers dont.
 

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I know what the definitions are, i'm not disputing that. I just think it was a trick question because I got one exactly like that in a practice paper and it was Unitary.
 

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I also put radical. Let's face it, the chance that the Board of Studies would include such a trick question so cunningly covert is extremely small, seeing as though the questions in the HSC are always relatively straight forward.
 

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And to back that up, if it's not radical and it is unitary I'll give $100 to everyone in the state who answered it correctly.
 

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Acid said:
I will give $100 to everyone on the forum if i'm wrong...

just give us our money mother fucker.. we're radicals, dont mess wit us.
 

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i put radical

dont see how it is unitary coz different levels of management have conflicting views
 

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Haha it better be unitary...fuck

I can see your views but as if you can't see mine too.. :)
 

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This was probably the most simple question. Between C&D automatically. radical def. = power struggle b/w employees and ers.
It's in the bank, as it were.
 

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Acid said:
Haha it better be unitary...fuck

I can see your views but as if you can't see mine too.. :)
well, you can argue it both ways.
but MC is about the best answer, thus you owe everyone $100 each :)
 

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I agree it's a simple question and by definition its radical if you look at it simply. But I think it's unitary because of the wording of the question - I think it's a trick question. As I said I had one exactly like it before and the answer was the same.
 

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Its radical. they arent trying to trick its fucking business studies not economics...relax...some of you are looking way deep into the question....radical marxist approach is an "us vs them"type approach they don't work towards something
 

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