Link the sociological imagination (SI) to clinical sociology (CS) and indicate the role of SI in CS (how it would be used to achieve objectives)
Sociology involves the way we make sense of and view the world. Sociological imagination (SI) entails the ability to look at things from a broad view rather than from your perspective. Through social imagination, one understands the context shaping other individual's decisions as well as their own. Clinical sociology (CS) is a specialization that is multidisciplinary and humanistic to ensure the quality of life of people is improved. Clinical sociologists reduce problems and assess situations through intervention and analysis. Through SI, clinical sociologists can view things from a broader perspective while on the duty of improving people’s lives. SI helps achieve CS’s objectives of reducing problems and assessing situations by providing a broader perspective to clinical sociologists during the intervention and analysis.