Or stating otherwise, people are not yet aware of the sociological imagination which can help them better understand their personal, social, and historical dimensions of their lives. This thesis is further supported by real world examples.
During 2004, the Life Matters broadcast proved that present-day women experiences tension regarding their perceived housekeeping responsibilities. Programs like these features discussions which focus on the rising pervasiveness of domestic advice and support services. These women feel that they are trapped being a house maker and cannot cope with their required responsibilities. Sociologist Susan Maushart further argued that these situations resulted as women became confused with the achievements attained by feminism and cultural expectations that women are house makers.
Any of us is not exempted to these traps.