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Conclusion This paper has thus far considered multiple aspects of the book’s research design, considering both its strengths and its weaknesses. While its methodological advantages lie in its approach to data, these are also tempered by counterfactuals, the questionability of the validity of its sources, the strong possibilities of confounding variables and its fundamental assumptions regarding the unit homogeneity of its independent
In the more developed regions of the world such as the United States, the United Nations and some of the Asian Countries, the form of economy there is Capitalism. Capitalism allows business owners to expand as much as they like since businesses are privately owned and the government have little to no influence on them. To the rich, capitalism is great, it allows them to be as rich as they want, but to the poor, capitalism only makes them poorer, it creates a disparity in social class system, and the varying changes in employment rate as a result of monopolization. Capitalism, due to monopolization makes the poor stay poor. To elaborate: a monopoly is when a person or a group owns the majority of the supply for the public.
In a practical sense, my personal choices are shaped by my social locators. Sociological imagination currently plays a role in my presence at Sacred Heart University. The reasoning of why I enrolled and the factors of how I got into college relate back to C. Wright Mills’s concept of sociological