Explain why you think those points are interesting? Give examples from C Wright Mills when he explained the differences between “troubles” and issues” from the text.

Introductory Paragraph (1 paragraph)Begin with the basic information about C Wright Mills’ book The Sociological Imagination. Highlight the noteworthy of the book. The opening paragraph is also your opportunity to build interest by mentioning the author’s noteworthy credentials. Do your research from credible sources about the author and do not forget to cite your source in the intext citation.What’s the article about? (2-3 paragraphs)In the body of the report—discuss what is the concept of the sociological imagination from the text. What are personal troubles and public issues? Why is it important to recognize both? This is your chance to show you’ve read and understood the text. Explain why you think those points are interesting? Give examples from C Wright Mills when he explained the differences between “troubles” and issues” from the text. He gave examples at the end of the text, explain at least one of the examples.Personal Evaluation and Conclusion (1 paragraph)You’ll like writing this section because it is here that you’ll be able to offer your own view of the text. Give an example of the sociological imagination to your own personal experience or recent events, for example, the pandemic. In the case during the pandemic, what is your personal struggle and how do you connect it to the larger issue (structural)?Did the text hold your interest? What did you learn from the text? How did the reading affect you? Consider watching the video on the blackboard, core reading, and supplemental reading:C. Wright Mills argues that personal troubles can be understood in terms of large-scale patterns that extend beyond individual experience and are part of society and history. C Wright Mills’s text is hard to read. Consider watching the video on the blackboard, reading your core reading, and supplemental reading to help you understand the main concepts. You may use all materials in Module 1 on C Wright Mills as your reference/works cited.III. Length and Revision:Each Reading Response should be at least 500-1000 words (1-2 pages). Feel free to contact me any time if you have any questions, I am available at your disposal.IV. Format:Please include works cited and use MLA or APA format. Please read what is an MLA or APA format, it is available on your blackboard (“START HERE” module).V. Do not forget Works Cited. You can use core reading, supplemental reading, videos as your references.VI. Reading Response Rubric. The criteria I will use to evaluate and grade your work:POINTS
• Focused topic throughout the writing.• Writing is organized • Many supporting details from the text.• Writing contains your own ideas and thinking.