The sociological perspective reveals the power of society to shape individual lives, which C. Wright Mills called the “sociological imagination.”
•Living in the United States, why do we often blame ourselves for the personal problems we face?
• Lastly, how can using the sociological imagination give us the power to change the world?
Explain, and make reference to specific themes and examples from the reading using appropriate APA citations.
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