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Why do you think your assumptions were so different from the sociological findings?
The sociological perspective is a particular way of approaching a phenomenon common in sociology. [ It involves maintaining objectivity, not by divesting oneself of values, but by critically evaluating and testing ideas, and accepting what may be surprising or even displeasing based on the evidence. Mine is different from these because I based my assumptions to nothing instead od having
evidences. ]
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