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Sociology
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SOCI 1010
Professor
Vera Pavri

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SOSC 1010: How does one’s social location impact their worldview? Social interaction, the process by which we act and react to those around us. How do sociologists view the world? We are to some extent products of our social environment context matters, social structures shape who we are-we have human agency. What is the sociological imagination? Definition: the application of imaginative thought to the asking and answering of sociological questions. Someone using the sociological "thinks himself away" from the familiar routines of daily life (E.g. Coffee). Sociologists view coffee as having a symbolic value, and also view it as part of social interaction , also people who drink coffee is participating in a complicated set of social and economic development. the production and distribution of coffee require continuous transactions among people who may be thousands of miles away from the coffee drink
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