Using Mill’s sociological imagination perspective, identify, discuss / analyze the relationship between culture and socialization.
Please begin with a description of the notion of culture (i.e., what is culture?) and different components. What is socialization and its different aspects. Follow this reflection with a discussion regarding the way culture affects the socialization process and the other way around. Provide examples of how the relationship between culture and socialization has been reflected in your personal, professional, and social life. Remember to consider the levels of analysis discussed in zoom class (i.e., micro, mezzo, and macro) when exploring culture and socialization through the sociological imagination.
The United States of America is a large country, and it has probably more holidays than England. In the United States of America you have a few holidays that are not (or not very familiar) in England. Martin Luther King Day This is a national holiday which honors the American pastor Martin Luther King. The holiday always takes place on the third Monday of January, which is close to his birthday, January 15. This day stands for the social justice, peace and equality, because he fought for these rights. The first Martin Luther King Day was held on January 20, 1986, and since the year 2000, the holiday has been celebrated in all the fifty states of the United States of America, according to the Martin Luther King page on Wikipedia But who was Martin Luther King? Martin Luther King (January 15, 1929-April 4, 1968) is an American pastor, who is most famous for his leadership in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his death in 1968. In 1964 he won the Nobel prize for peace, because of his battle against the racial inequality, where he did not use violence. But most people will probably know him because of his ‘I have a dream’ speech. This speech, which is known worldwide, was about the dream that he had. All he wanted was freedom, equality and justice for all the people in the world. He made that very clear in his speech. Memorial Day Memorial Day is an American holiday, where the men and women who died while serving the army are remembered. The holiday takes place on the last Monday of May. Memorial Day once started to remember the soldiers who died in the American civil war (April 12, 1861-May 13, 1865), but since the Second World War, Memorial Day was extended to remember all the soldiers who died while serving the army of the United States of America. This information is from defensiedagen Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a traditional holiday in the United States of America. Families will come together on this day to eat a traditional meal, a turkey. For a lot of people, this day also exists to give thanks for what they have. Most offices and businesses are closed on this day and the day after, black Friday. This weekend, which lasts four days, is the longest paid vacation for the Americans. The origin of thanksgiving is rather complicated, because there are many different theories. It is said, that the origin of thanksgiving dated back to the 17th century, to the pilgrims. The first modern thanksgiving was held by them in Plymouth in 1621. On this day, their harvest was celebrated. These early thanksgivings were not a feast, they were a day to go to church. In the late 1600’s, thanksgiving became more common, but it was not a national holiday yet. It was celebrated on a different day in some states or they even had two Thanksgivings each year. The first president of the United States, George Washington (February 22, 1732-December 14, 1799) made thanksgiving a national holiday for the firs>GET ANSWER