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By looking at our lives with a sociological perspective, we are using a broader lens. So, for example, we learn in Sociology about social structures. So, we may feel encouraged to write to our opinion about a problem we are having. This is about empowering the individual to step outside of her local habitus (lived world) and into the broader one. It also teaches us about language. We may also feel encouraged to speak to our children with respect. And by listening, to help them mature, while we do the same.
Sociology is a very broad knowledge base. As well as the sociology of language and politics, there are realms such as the sociology of suicide. In this branch of sociology, we learn that an individual can feel isolated and rejected by society, which is an anomie by Durkheim. In addition to this, we also learn that we are not the only ones to be feeling this way.) In this respect, it can help us to feel part of a larger picture.
The perspective of social imagination can be improved in a number of ways. My experience of Sociology is that it is such a big idea, that there is scope for great learning potential and self-development. Social problems can be solved indefinitely by using some simple tips in our daily lives. Exhibiting traits of tolerance and unity during the times of difficulty and respecting the rights and opinions of other people can greatly solve the problems prevailing in the society. These solutions are really situational and relative, some things may or may not work under some circumstances or for some people. It also matters if the problem is really valid or not.
There is a huge need in today's increasingly fractured and narrow-minded world, for people with sociological imaginations and perspectives, to lead the world forward. Both sociologically and philosophically, the sky is the horizon.
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