How Does Sociology Differ from Common Sense?


Sociology differs from common sense because sociology is the study of human life, social groups, whole societies, and the human world. Common sense is routine knowledge you have from every day life experiences. We gain common sense by interacting with people, watching others, and by experiencing different situations. Sociology often regards common sense as a problem and challenge the idea of it. Sociological findings are based on the experiences of people in their every day lives.
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