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    What is special about the way sociologists approach topics?
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    The subject matter of sociology is quite often invisible or not directly observable. However sociologists can observe the consequences of such social characteristics as group pressure, authority, prestige and culture. They then form images of these concepts using what C Wright Mills has called the sociological imagination taking into account the influence in order to view their own society as an outsider might.



    sciologists go beyond the common sense approach and study the abstract social phenomenon in the most systematic and empirical way possible .



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