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1The sociological imagination is the process of looking at all types of human behavior patterns and discerning previously unseen connections among them noting similarities in the actions of individuals with no direct knowledge of one another and finding subtle forces that mold peoples actions The sociological imagination focuses on every aspect of society and every relationship among individuals It studies the behavior of crowds at ball games and racetracks shifts in styles of dress and popular music changing patterns of courtship and marriage the emergence and fading of different lifestyles political movements and religious sects the distribution of income and access to resources and services decisions made by the Supreme Court by congressional committees and by local zoning boards and so on Tischler 2The difference between the two is Sociological Imagination- provides us with the ability to see the relationship between the individual experience and the larger society Sociological Perspective- allows us find out why people do the things they do 3The Sociological Perspective would be the way to look at a situation in my life I would like to see why I did what I did rather than how it relates to my experience or its relativity to society I usually do things the way I do because that is my choice and Im not afraid to go against the way society feels about me or my actions 1The easiest way for me to research the most popular TV shows among 18-25 year olds is by utilizing the survey method of research The type of survey that I would conduct would be a semi-structured or open-ended interview this would allow me to get solid answers and avoid having information fall through the cracks The first thing that I would do is develop a data base that was broken down by age gender and leave open slots for the different TV show names The second thing that I would do is develop a
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