Describe and provide personal re ections about c. w mills" concept of the sociological. Explain peter berger"s use of the terms general, particular, strange and familiar. De ne and explain the differences between positivism and anti-positivism. Explain micro-sociology and macro sociology and identify the leading theorists of each. Describe the de ning features of canadian sociology. Review the importance of a global perspective. Sociological perspective sociology: the systematic study of human groups and their interactions sociological perspective: a view of society based on the dynamic relationships between individuals and the larger social network in which we all live. C. w mills was one of the most in uential american sociologists of all time. Suggested that people who cannot / do not recognize the social origins and character of their problems may be unable to respond to them effectively. Failure to appreciate the in uence social forces have on individual challenges diminishes our ability to understand and resolve them.