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Introduction to Sociology1.Sociology, according to the book, is defined as "the study of groups and group interactions, societies and social interactions, from small and personal groups to very large groups".2.As described by C. Wright Mills, a sociological imagination is an awareness of the relationship between a person's behavior and experience and the wider culture that shaped the person's choices and perceptions. 3.I think C. Wright Mills was talking about how when becoming a sociologist, a sociologicalimagination was useful because it helps us to see things in many different perspectives, in the same way that other people may view certain things. Sociology is about the mind, and the science behind the way we interact and think with other people. Having a sociological imagination is an extremely useful tool in life which can be used in everyday situations, and conversations. 4.Every year when I choose certain classes and which ones I want to take the following