Social conflict focuses on the factors within society such as race,
gender, age, and social class which are viewed as being directly linked to inequality
in terms of money, power, education and overall success.
Thank you for your answer, however; I was looking for how social conflict can be used to conceptually understand multiculturalism. Social functionalism is one of the sociological perspectives but not the one I was asking about. Can you answer the question regarding social conflict? I would be happy to choose your answer if so.