1. According to C. Wright Mills, applying the Sociological Imagination requires:
a. Placing our lives in the context of the society in which we live.
b. Understanding how personal troubles may become public/social issues.
c. Recognizing that solutions to social issues must not only focus on individual strategies.
d. All answers are correct.
2. An example of a public issue is:
a. A dad going through a divorce.
b. A factory worker losing her job.
c. High unemployment rates.
d. A child being bullied.
3. Personal troubles and social issues are considered the following:
a. Negative conditions that impact people.
b. Positive conditions that impact people.
c. Can either be positive or negative conditions that impact people.
d. It depends on how people interpret their condition.