The Importance Of Public Sociology
Even though there is no formal definition of public sociology, one could say that it is a form of sociology that is used outside of the academic setting, geared toward non-academic members of society and institutions. It applies sociology principles to situations found in everyday life. It focuses on social problems and/or questions in American society and helps public institutions find ways to solve them; problems such as, equal rights, homelessness, education, unemployment, housing, and healthcare, etc. …show more content…
It’s having an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the social problems facing society today.
I feel that I am learning how to critically analyze different relationships within society. It is an ongoing process where I have the potential to formulate different theories throughout my lifetime as I learn from my past experiences. I’m not sure that one can ever reach full critical consciousness because society is constantly evolving and