The Aspects Of Social Life

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My first day of summer school my freshman year my math teacher explained in a unique way of what my odds were after telling him I wanted to be a professional athlete. He said, “Imagine this class room and all the walls covered in quarters from top to bottom and chose one quarter off of the wall out of all the quarters. Out of all these quarters this is your chances of becoming a professional athlete”. At the time I did not understand what he was saying still have the mind set of I was going to chase this dream until I made it come to fruition. Socially this is what I knew and had become accustomed to seeing and believe because those before me told me this was the way to be successful in life. Aspects that surround the social life of young …show more content…
We as a society I believe have not believe as a whole that African American men can do anything besides run fast or jump high. In my own social life I experience it and encounter this from a time to time basis. Through history our minds were shaped by this notion of only being the strongest and fastest. In our own culture we still put sports first in our children lives which is a huge mistake and will only lead to them chasing a dream in which statistics say it is a very low chance of them ever …show more content…
It better helps the researcher understand what he or she is researching it also helps but with different ideas to help you better to understand what is being researched prior to what you are searching for. A literature review helps making researching more assessable for the researcher and a easier time instead of going through big books and other articles looking for the research that you are looking for. The type of social psychological literature I would be interest in would be those on different types of mental illnesses. This would interest me most because this is the current field I am working in which deals with teenagers with mental illnesses all the way to at risk teens. I have always found interest in this and it has always intrigued me by how intelligent some of these people can be even having the disadvantages that face them. Also, seeing how they are able to develop over a time period so they are able to come into society and succeed on their own without needing anymore help from

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