The sociological imagination is the ability for someone to connect personal experiences to society at large and to historical forces. The sociological imagination allows a person to question customs, rituals or habits. More »

Imagination Station is a non-profit science museum in downtown Toledo, Ohio. The museum covers 80,000 square feet and contains hundreds of hands-on exhibits and live demonstrations. More »

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Scientists have discovered that certain parts of the brain form a vast neural network that is activated when a human is using their imagination. Studies using fMRI technology show activity in the precuneus, posterior par... 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 »

Ageism influences the presence of diversity in society by devaluing the opinions and experiences of older adults and promoting the stereotype of older adults as dependent on others. Ageism impacts diversity by privilegin... More »

An outcast from society is someone who has been physically, mentally, emotionally or relationally expelled from involvement in a population. This expression most often refers to people considered abnormal or possessing u... More »

Advantages to a society using computers include a more connected environment, ease of access to a wealth of information and ability to streamline daily occurrences; disadvantages to a society connected by computers inclu... More »