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“troubles” from social “issues.” Last, use a concrete example to explain how a social problem that at first glance appears to be a “trouble” is, in light of the sociological imagination, actually produced by a social “issue.” 3.Michael Schwalbe argues that “sociological mindfulness” gives us “ideas about how to pay attention to the social world” (3). First, define “sociological mindfulness.” Next, list and briefly discuss at least three ideas from Sandtrom et al.’s chapter on “socialization”
4.Briefly distinguish between the key ideas of Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, and Max Weber. How do the theories of Karl Marx and Emile Durkheim relate to conflict theory and functionalism (Be sure to distinguish between the key ideas of conflict theory and functionalism)? 5.Briefly discuss four key similarities and differences between journalistic and social scientific representations of social life (Be sure to explain what Ragin means by the term “representation.”). 6.Sandstrom et al. note that socialization is a “reciprocal process.” What do they mean by this?7.

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