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Sociology Lesson 1- Introduction to Sociology

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Sociology Lesson 1- Introduction to Sociology

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Sociology Lesson 1- Introduction to Sociology

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Ch 1 Intro to Sociology

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Introduction to Sociology - The Sociological Imagination - Part 1

The Sociological Imagination: Who We Are and How We Got Here - Part 1--This course provides a sampling of problems and methods used by sociologists, with
concrete examples from everyday life, history, and contemporary events.
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What Is Sociology?: Crash Course Sociology #1

Today we kick off Crash Course Sociology by explaining what exactly sociology is. We’ll introduce the sociological perspective and discuss how sociology differentiates itself from the other social sciences. We’ll also explore what sociology can do, and how a concern with social problems was at the center of sociology's beginnings.

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Sociology Lesson 1 Introduction to Sociology

What is Sociology?

This video discusses the definition of sociology as defined by the American Sociological Association and gives examples of different social institutions. The example used in this video describes two seemingly similar students with very different outcomes in their post-secondary educational experiences and uses the concept of the sociological imagination to understand the impact of social structures on the individual.

Watch this video as a foundation to your understanding of the discipline. Further information on the foundation of sociology can be found in Chapter 1 in Sociology 2e by OpenStax College.

Chapter-1 An Introduction to Sociology

Ch 1 Intro to Sociology Part 1

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology

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Sociology - 01 - Introduction to Sociology

Basic introduction to Sociology
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Chapter 1 Sociology: A Brief Understanding

Summary lecture of Chapter 1 in Richard Schaefer's Sociology: A Brief Understanding

Sociology 101 - Chapter 1: An Introduction to Sociology

What is Sociology? A Brief Introduction to Sociology.

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This video addresses the question What is Sociology? The term is foreign to many people simply because they haven't come into contact with it yet. At its core, sociology can be broken down into soci, which means society, and ology, which means the study or science of. Therefore, sociology means the study or science of society.

Simply put, sociology is the study of everything around us, how it affects us, and how we affect it. It is a very powerful tool to understand and impact groups of people. If you want to build your influence, sociology holds the key.





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What is Sociology | Sociology lesson #1

1. What is Sociology?
Answer: Have you ever wonder why different groups of people have different practices and culture? Why certain social practices and customs might be considered abnormal to a certain group of people but is completely acceptable to the others? Well, this is the world we all are currently living in. In short, Sociology is the study of society, social institution, and social relations.

2. What is a social institution?
Answer: A Social Institution consists of a group of people who have a common purpose. These institutions govern the behavior of individuals in a society. Example of Social Institutions : coast guard, hospital, school.

3. What is the importance of the study of society a.k.a Sociology ?
Answer: The study of sociology will help us to understand social problems (such as minor group discrimination) & help human to build better social policy and governance

Introduction to Sociology lecture 1-A

First lecture introducing the first concepts for Sociology

Ch 1 Intro to Sociology Part 2

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