The more you learn about sociology, the more opportunities you might notice to use it. In our personal and professional lives, this can get tricky.
How you share it may be important. When you learn something and try to share that information, sometimes our loved ones don’t want to hear it, so they don’t listen, or they discount what you said, so they reject it in whole or in part.
This may happen more often for first-generation college students. Personal conflicts with family and other loved ones may arise for students from households with no college experience.