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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC100H5
Professor
Jayne Baker
Semester
Winter

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January 8, 2013 SOC: Lecture 1 What is Sociology? - Sociology is: “The systematic study of human behavior in social context.” - Sociology looks at the relationship and interplay Sociological Imagination - “Sociological Imagination”: Refers to the ability to see the connection between what we call personal troubles and social structure; The ability to put our personal struggles and put them into a perspective that allows us to see society and make connections between our troubles and society’s troubles. - Personal troubles: Homelessness, end of relationships, financial struggles, we think of ourselves and our problems - Social Structures: They essentially make up our society - Three main social levels micro, macro, global - Micro: Intimate relationships; our connections wit
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