What is Sociological Imagination?

Sociological imagination is a term that describes a framework for understanding social reality.

It aims to put personal experiences into a larger social and historical context.

It describes the way we relate to others and the world around us.

Sociological imagination is a useful tool in understanding human social behavior and culture.

It is the creative process in which the mind uses sociological knowledge to develop a new understanding of the world.

It involves drawing on research about society and imagining new ways to organise society.

It requires students to relate their personal experiences to societal concerns and to engage in self-reflection.

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