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Introduction to Social ProblemsSage Arianna K. Aiwohi-SenoCollege of Humanities and Social Sciences, Grand Canyon UniversitySOC-220: Social ProblemsDeborah WilsonJanuary 31, 2011
Social ProblemsThe problem that I chose to zoom in on is racial inequality. This still serves to be one ofthe most significant social issues in America, even 40 years after passing the Civil Rights Act.Civil rights pertain to the rights that citizens hold within a country to have equal social andpolitical treatment to their counterparts, and yet, this still does not remain the case for a lot ofindividuals in the United States.Sociological ImaginationSociological imagination works toward helping widen one’s perspective by destroyingany emotional attachment that may be latched onto an issue. This allows someone to have abroader view when examining any given issue. (Sullivan, 2016). Although society likes to makeus think that we have had such far advancements since the mid 1900s, there are still a lot of areas

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