What are examples of how he defines sociological imagination

Essay Problem: Urban Sociology

In his essay on the sociological Imagination, C, Wright Mills asserts the following:

• We have come to know that every individual lives from one generation to the next, in some society; that he lives out a biography, and that he lives it out within some historical sequence. By the fact of his living he contributes, however minutely, to the shaping of this society and to the course of its history, even as he is made by society and by its historical push and shove.

• What does he mean by this statement? How does it begin to explain his concept called sociological imagination? What are some examples of how he defines sociological imagination? Provide an example of sociological imagination while using this reading " On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City" by Alice Goffman. How does the author of 'On the Run " use sociological imagination to explain the social phenomenon that interests them? Why or Why not? Please provide direct examples from the reading and from any real life examples as reported in newspapers or academic journals that you already know about.

The response should include a reference list. One-inch margins, Using Times New Roman 12 pnt font, double-space and APA style of writing and citations.

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