Sociological issues are issues that a large part of society feel are wrong or problematic. Examples include issues that everyone view as a problem, like murder, and those that some may disagree on, like smoking in public... More »

Some examples of sociological imagination are the ability to see things interactively, an understanding of how personal issues are connected to public issues and a comprehension of knowledge that is outside of the daily ... More »

The basic concepts of sociology revolve around the patterns of human behavior that sociology looks to study: society and culture, ways in which individuals and groups interact and the factors which influence an individua... More »

Some examples of sociological imagination are the ability to see things interactively, an understanding of how personal issues are connected to public issues and a comprehension of knowledge that is outside of the daily ... More »

The basic concepts of sociology revolve around the patterns of human behavior that sociology looks to study: society and culture, ways in which individuals and groups interact and the factors which influence an individua... More »

The structuralist paradigm or structural fundamentalism model views society as being essentially balanced. The structuralist paradigm examines how all the components and institutions of a society work together to create ... More »

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One example of sociological imagination is for a person to imagine he is living several hundred years earlier, and how that changes his perspective about present-day life. Another example is for a person to imagine he li... More »

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