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Transcript of Sociological Mindfulness
Use and look for problem solving to come to a mutual agreement.
Look for patterns of activity that have the potential to become institutions. Once we realize that our actions effect change, we can use our knowledge to change or create various spheres of the social world. We learn that everyone has their own view of the world and therefore, no one has a monopoly on the truth (Schwalbe, 8). Be critical of your own actions and choices.
Discuss how the social world works.
Compare our similarities and differences. Take into account the different versions of truth. Recognize that the social world can be changed. Commit yourself to changing it for the better rather than supporting harmful or unjust institutions. Pay attention to the labels and categories used in the social world. Discern the meanings behind them. Look for what you and others take for granted. It requires taking the bigger picture into account and trying to see how one part of the social world is related to other parts (Schwalbe, 12). Sociological mindfulness exposes the threads of society that allows us to understand how we are tied together. The End