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I watched a documentary entitled the Line recently and I believe that it is a wonderful start to understanding certain topics in sociology This is a great started movie if you are currently talking about class and poverty in your sociology class or are just interested in the subjectThe line talks about the wealth disparity in the United States 46 million Americans live at or below the poverty line The reason why people in the United States believe that others are in poverty is because of laziness drunkenness and lack of education This movie showed that there are multiple reasons for poverty including lack of opportunities and uneven wealth dispersion If we are to fix the poverty in the United States we have to realize the true reasons for poverty and we have to understand that without a solution nothing would change Today I am going to discuss the how this documentary discussed groups group dynamics and social institution and their facets structure cultural and human agency If you are learning this for your class this video will be a great resource for this topics n the context of poverty in AmericaGroupsThe most prominent in this documentary word the poor in the rich The poor believes that they should have more help and that the rich perceives them to be lazy educated and unmotivated The two groups that are competing are the haves and have-nots those below the poverty line and those above the poverty line that do not want to go below it The poor or the people who look uponbelieve that the reason the people but the partdont help or dont see them is because they will feel too guiltyGroup dynamicsIt is clear to see some of the basic concepts of group dynamics in this movie There is a clear in- group the people above the poverty line and out-group the people below it The out group or people below the poverty line
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