The sociological perspective is an approach in the interpretation process of studying the social world taking a close look at the different ways that individuals behave among themselves in their relationships in society The sociological perspective is the particular way that sociologists use in order to understand the human social behaviour in their search for the objective reality that underlies beneath the relationships of people in society. The sociological perspective or viewpoint changes according to the different sociologists that endeavor in the task of studying the social behaviour of individuals. But sociologists look at social relationships in a completely different way than other scientists like psychologists, philosophers, historians, economists, biologists, and people in general (The Pathway, 2008). So the sociological perspective tries to be objective, and it implies a critical evaluation of the evidence found in social research. It is based on the concept of social imagination coined and explained by C. Wright Mills (1959). The sociological perspective is not the same as the sociological paradigms or frameworks, which are the theories used to explain social life in a coherent and meaningful way assuming a specific sociological perspective with the help of the social imagination.One of the major debates in Sociology comes from the concepts of structure and social action. According to the structural perspective the way in which society is organised determines or constrain
the behaviour of the individual.