Wright Mills was known for coining the term and writing the book The Sociological Imagination, term and book know by every sociologist to date. This referred to the intersection of history and biography, meaning that every individual is influenced by the past and that in turn reflects their decisions and their lives. Hence writing his or her own biography throughout life based on what an individual has experienced in the past.
Even though this movie was very good, it still received some negative comments and reviews by some critics. By reviewing the comments by these critics, we will learn more about the film as well as my input as to how in my opinion the movie was.
As you may know, the movie begins with a lady named Erin Brockovich who is struggling with money, when she one day gets a job that turns her life totally around for good. Unfortunately, not all critics are very nice, giving at times, a negative-type of review.
This makes Erin Brokovich seem like any other court-case movie. Even though the movie does not completely revolve around Erin, she does help to make the movie more interesting.
Another critic with her own views is MaryAnn Johanson, quite blunt, to the point at times about this movie.
The rhetorical question never gets answered, but I think I know why: I definitely agree with her that the movie does answer the rhetorical question, being that media can alter, or twist things. On the lighter note, professional critic Amy Taubin adds to criticism by leaving her two cents on the movie.
Outlaw humor is its survival tool. The originality too is what attracted me to the movie, it was very interesting because since we were recently learning about the subject about the chromium in the waters at Hinkley, it kept me focused into the movie.
Even though she does say that it has a similarity to the film A Civil Action, it does indeed pack a bigger punch than that movie. Who would have thought that a woman like Erin would be a mulit-millionaire despite all her problems?Aug 02, · This is a video about the movie Erin Brockovich that considers its ethical themes.
Erin Brockovich is an excellent movie that provides numerous sound examples of the sociological imagination.
Choosing this film was based on the pure fact that it is based on a true story and the sociological problems that occur in this film are true. Ethical Issues in film Erin Brockovich There are many ethical issues in the movie Erin Brockovich. This movie is about a mother of three who uncovers a water poisoning case by Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) in southern California.
Erin Brockovich, a movie that features Julia Roberts, examines a true life event that revolves around environmental pollution in a working-class community by a major utility corporation that was apparently unconcerned about the long-term effects of the pollution on community residents. Sociological Perspective of Erin Brocovich Sociology of Law Sarah Vander Helm Second Paper Assignment OUTLINE I.
INTRODUCTION -Introduce theorists and theories -summarize movie -thesis I. BODY Marx-Class conflict The opening scene, Erin Brocovich demonstrates a modern-day example of the class conflict theory by Carl Marx.
Sociological Perspective of Erin Brocovich. Topics: Sociology, The Sociological Perspective Chapter One Outline I) Sociology is the systematic study of human society. a) Sociological perspective is seeing the general in the particular.
i) Sociologist look for the general patterns in the behavior of particular people ii) Emily Durkheim.