Why Is Sociological Imagination Important

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The sociological imagination can be explained as the ability to view society as the whole instead of one's perspective. The sociological imagination is important to the study of society since it suggests to view people's past, present, and future as an outsider rather than focus on studying one individual. The difference between macro and microsociology is that macrosociology studies on a large scale of social structures, economic systems, communities, educational systems, and institutions. Whereas, microsociology studies on a small scale of individuals who tries to build their social status in everyday interactions such as small group of friends or family members (Levels.) Examples for microsociology are relationships between customers and

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