As Biology students, the knowledge that a vast number of the organisms we study require symbiotic relationships and function as one social unit is elementary to us, and of course human beings are no exception. A great philosopher once said, “Man is by nature a social animal…” Indeed, human beings are not lone islands. As we go through with our everyday endeavours we are faced with situations in need of decision making, and whether we admit it or not our decisions and consequently our actions are in fact made with biases; namely, our inclination to the feeling of belongingness and companionship. We strive to be a part of a bigger group and to have close relations to those that surround us. Taking those points into consideration, we realize that Sociology is a study that is very close to one’s self.
Ultimately, Sociology is the study of the social part of us - the pattern of interaction with other people which is necessary to our very existence. As Sociology has been described as the scientific study of human group behavior and the application of scientific methods if inquiry to the puzzles of social life, it prepares one for a lifetime of change, developing one's appreciation of diversity, love of learning, writing and study skills, as well as a knowledge base about human behavior, social organization, and culture. The said academic discipline helps us look more objectively at the society in which we live in. An