As social beings, we respond to our interpretations of situations not the situation themselves. What you experience, think, feel, in your everyday life is not usually about you; it has broader social-structural origins. How you make sense of these has to do with many different things your gender, sexuality, race, class, body, ability, culture, language etc. Cliches (focus on this meaningless all-caps word rather than over thinking what you are doing. One of the ways we are reproduced is through paperwork e. g. surveys. When you are surveyed, the results obtained are not usually the same as the results given out. Knowledge is power" sir francis bacon (philosopher) The box can represent the norms in society. The question has to do with if you can interpret or carry out a certain social role in your own way. Sociological imagination: a way of thinking; according to mills, it"s a quality of mind , the personal is political.