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Saad MohammedWhat is Sociology1.6.3 Test1). C. Wright Mill’s concept of social imagination revolves around the notion and ability tounderstand how personal experiences are shaped by historically-conditioned social forces. Inregards to why divorce rates are higher in states that have a lower income, it is possibly becausethey do not have enough money to support a family.2). Industrialization and urbanization led to new living conditions, which led to new socialproblems including poverty, pollution, and crime. The Enlightenment is considered to be thesource of critical ideas, such as the centrality of freedom, democracy, and reason as primaryvalues of society. Democracy helps us look more objectively at our society and other societies. Itdirects attention to how the parts of society fit together and change, as well as makes us aware ofthe consequences of that social change.3). Manifest functions are those done on purpose for a positive result. So, a father joining the

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Sociology, C Wright Mill, Saad Mohammed

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