The Sociological Perspective Of Sociology

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After a careful study and a deeper research on an introduction to sociology, I have come to understand that no problem can be solved well enough if one does not have the sociological perspective which is defined as a way of looking at the world through a sociological lens. In fact, there is the need of the lens that will help one to view situations and have the eye to emerge through different views to solve that problem. This mirror has become a doorway that will help one to have a beginner’s mind to approach problems.

It is exactly the opposite of an expert mind which is so filled with facts, projection, assumptions, opinions and explanations that cannot learn anything new (McGreen 1994).Beginner’s mind is approaching the world without preconceptions in order to see things in a new way. FERRIS, KERRY. THE REAL WORLD. Ed. JILL STEIN. 4th ed. N.p.: W.W. Norton, 2011. N.p. Print. It is never a way of seeing a new thing, but rather a new way of seeing things. There is another trend that can help one to possess the lens in order to solve problems and that is called the cultural shock, it 's defined as a sense of disorientation that occurs when you enter a radically new social or cultural environment. As you develop these two keys, there is the probability of one imagines through things and bringing up a solution to a problem.With a careful study of the concept of sociology, I have come to understand how people can solve problems by considering two very
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