Unformatted text preview: understand and analyze their personal troubles and the problems facing their small community. Find at least one specific example of: sociological competence and the application of the sociological imagination. You should be able to identify a trouble and a social analysis of it. 7. In Bambara’s story, social change is not something distant, out there done by professional politicians, but is woven into the fabric of everyday life. Find a couple of examples in Bambara’s text where social change is part of everyday life. The title of this story is “The Organizer’s Wife.” What is the main point Bambara is making about organizing?...
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- Winter '08
- Sociology, Short story, Toni Cade Bambara, sociological competence, Sociological Competence Reading