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My views on the world have changed drastically since taking the sociology class. Now when I see certain people walking down the street I wonder what social class or group these people belong to. I also find myself thinking of the backgrounds of these different people, whether or not they are from the north or the south, rich or poor, strict upbringing or lax upbringing. I find I have fewer pre-thought ideas of how certain people should act and how I was wrong for thinking this way. I also think of how technology and science have changed my views. I now see people are less personable than I sure they were in the past. The invention of the cell phone and the internet have cause people to spend less time face to face and more time text or typing to each other on the internet. People’s social skills have fallen and this could be a problem for them when they are trying to find work. I have also learned how the military has changed my thinking because of this class. My fellow soldi...

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