Wright had. He argues that sociological imagination is the most critical aspect of consciousness in the modern world today. Dandaneau encourages students and pupils in particular to have a wide view of thinking that can be drawn from various topics that may include; panic disorder, ecological crises, sociological disability, hyperrealist, and last from generation X to the next generation. Dandaneau argues that it does not depend on how much one has learn the truth but it all depends on how one participates with others to solve problem and face the challenges in the modern world. It is a profound and elegant reflection on one thinking sociologically (Dandaneau, S. P. 2001). Dandaneau is optimistic that with sociological thinking the world will be a better place to live in because individuals will apply that thinking in solving the challenges they face in today’s life.
Steven Dandaneau further puts it that there are three aspects that limit the sociological imagination in human beings that include; the failure of the Utopian thinking, impoverishment of the public life and lastly the changing nature of sociology from one person to the next. Steven emphasizes on the role that sociology plays in the making of history as a critical theory in which it develops individuals who can think freely and possess self-knowledge to change the world through the tackling of the most difficult challenges in the world. He also argues that when a person possesses sociological imagination he or she is able to be pure, simple, be able to achieve a mimetic, be humble, awe-filled, and respectful and be a conceptual instrument.
Sociological imagination incorporates in individuals the flexibility and mutability of the society. Therefore, one can realize postmodern times crisis of persons through various forms and diversities in reflection of styles. Dandaneau argues that, the choice to develop sociological imagination is driven by political interests and that is upon individuals