Sociological Reflection In Sociology

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When I first signed up for this sociology course I thought that it would be a walk in the park but I was sorely mistaken. There are so many things that go into sociology and the world around us that sometimes it was difficult to even comprehend. It gives us a better understanding of society and why some people act the way they do. Once one is able to understand the concepts of society and what makes it work then they can go about trying to fix things and make society better as a whole. It has also helped me to figure out that the way people interact as groups can lead us to a better understanding and acceptance of other cultures and personal beliefs. Sociological imagination is the ability to see and comprehend the impression of social factors…show more content…
I liked how you were able to change the status indicator of how well you knew the material on each question, that made it easier to score point and not lose as many when you got it wrong. I also liked that after getting five consecutive questions in a row right that it started giving you bonus points for it. Also if you got five wrong in a row that it would tell you to take a break and come back later after a certain amount of time so you could gather your thoughts a bit. All of the PowerPoints and mini games and quizzes located throughout each module really helped me and definitely broadened my understanding of everything throughout the semester. What lessons that I will take with me is that everything has a bigger meaning in the world. There is more that goes into society than we know and it makes me want to think deeper about how it all works. Each person and group plays a role in society and there are so many aspects about each one that it is never the same, which is insane. After this course I will be able to analyze patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and culture better, which I think is important especially when you are an active member of society and just in

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