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close-up scenes of job, family, neighborhood.” (3). What does Mills mean by this? How, according to him, does the “sociological imagination” help individuals think differently about their “private orbits”? I believe Mills is saying that people who do not have sociological imagination normally get lost intheir own lives instead of learning about others around them. I believe that when people use their sociological imaginations, it broadens their outlook on life because they then are not just looking in their private orbits but looking at others around them and history which then allows them to learn more so they can have a better life.3. According to Mills, what is a “trouble” and what is an “issue”? (Be sure to