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B. Beyond Sociology: Benefits of Studying Sociology There are numerous reasons why one might want to study sociology even if they do not work in sociology directly. World Wide Learn (2007) points out that a background in sociology: · assists one in recognizing trends and patterns in society. · allows the development of critical thinking skills. · encourages good research skills in data collection · instructs in creating concise reports and essays.
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Unformatted text preview: · develops planning and organizational skills. · augments oral presentation skills and interpersonal communications. · enhances management skills and grant writing ability. Sociology is useful in “social and marketing research, sport development, psychology, law, human resources management, information science, journalism, and corporate communications, geography and environmental management, and development studies” (University of Johannesburg 2007)....
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