A Sociological Concept Of The Movie Crash

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"Live your life at the point of impact, moving at the speed of life, we are bound to collide with each other." A sociological concept is a way sociologists develop a certain and unique way for understanding the world around us because of one 's specialized training. How one approaches society leads to making different types of discoveries that some to various conclusions. These individual perspectives can tell one something about what one is trying to understand. A sociological concept is affected by the personal experiences of the sociologist, his or her interests, abilities, opportunities, and the specific historical circumstances. It is the guiding principal that attempts to explain and predict the social world in which we live.
The movie Crash illustrates through the use of graphic dialogue and cinematography, the seemingly endless and controversial struggles faced by today 's stereotypes. These people all have different cultures, ethnicities, and backgrounds and are all brought together by issues of racial discrimination because of their differences. In the movie, all the characters are either victims of prejudice and discrimination or are guilty of it. America is a multicultural society and it is everyone 's responsibility to examine their own heart and mind to keep from becoming what we as a society abhor...racists. This movie while controversial is also filled with heartfelt moments that will rip your heart out. Ultimately, it is a matter of doing and…

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