Sosteric (2012) describes sociology as being, “…the study of the world that we (and by ‘we’ I mean human beings) create. Sociology takes a look at the world as we (as you) have created it,” (p. 1).
Giddens (1993) clarifies that sociological work depends on what the famous sociologist Charles Wright Mills, called the Sociological Imagination (Mills, 1970 cited in Giddens, 1993, p. 18). Mills’ Sociological Imagination phrase, …show more content…
Alongside, perhaps encouraging society’s paranoia about what the people around them see and know about themselves. With the range of social media sites available, it is no surprise that Karl Marx’s theory on class structure can still be seen. There is a social media site designed purely for the business owners and upper working class participants, labelled LinkedIn, substituting Facebook for the working class.
Social change and Education come closely linked, according to Anna Brix Thomsen, in her article, titled “Cultivation Social Change through Education”. In this article, Thomsen explains how she came across two articles and how she feels “that at first glance may appear as though they are in no way related,” (Brix Thomsen, 2014) and then goes on to discuss how they share the same core issues; Education and Social Change. Thomsen implements her sociological opinion, as she compiles a conclusion for social change, with a merge of the two