Najae L. Williams
Najae L. Williams, Department of Sociology, Schoolcraft College Najae Williams is currently a freshman at Schoolcraft College. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Najae Williams, Department of Sociology, Schoolcraft College, 18600 Haggerty Rd. Livonia, MI 48152
This piece extracts the importance of Sociology and its most implemented values on society. It begins to explore and differentiate the two main types of groups in today’s commonalities, like ‘Primary’ and ‘Secondary’ reference groups. Information used in this paper is collected from various sources such as the text, Sociology: A Down to Earth Approach Eleventh Edition by Henslin, M. J. (2012), video resource websites like http://www.crmlearning.com/Achieving-Team-Goals-C8904.aspx, and other local correspondence such as newspaper, Google, and a gather of information formed into statistical data from the minds and opinions of peers and close relatives. This information is used to identify and collect key points for the “10 Values in U.S. Society” as identified by sociologist Williams, R. (1965) in the Henslin text. These values indicate the strongest views and most inevitable points in a “normal” society. They also depict the ‘oh-so’ traditional minds of the common people and how they shape the views, morals, and even the cultures of others. Not just others as individuals, as institutions, communities and nations as well.
Values and Social Location: Reflective Essay
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