A meaningless term used to legitimize the Global London course at the University of Notre Dame London study abroad program. Concepts associated with the sociological imagination include: challenging the obvious, making gross stereotypes about an entire population based on one person's experience, relinquishing any concept of personal free will because all thoughts and actions are obviously determined by societal pressures, white guilt for oppressing the minorities and not being socially welcoming, and an intense love for immigrants.
Today in seminar, I used my sociological imagination to examine the contested history of African migration to London.
by georgiegirlie December 11, 2010

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