Studying the fundamentals of sociology

Studying the fundamentals of sociology, it has given me the ability to comprehend where my views originate from and how my understanding in the role of societal characteristics influences the aspects of an individual. Therefore, by looking at myself through a sociological perspective, I can see the bigger picture through socialization, gender, status and roles, social hierarchies race and ethnicity. I will reflect my life to better analyze my behavior and how my experiences in life differs from others using sociological concepts on the problems that I have faced in my biographical background that are connected to the social institutions as well as connecting the sociological dots to my own personal life.
On the 9th of April, 1998, the day I was brought into this world, I have been given an ascribed status, a social status that was acquired involuntary at birth, as a son and younger brother. My own family had a large impact on how i might turn out later in life. My mother, sisters, and brother all had an impact of my outlook in life. They helped instill what values, thoughts within society regarding what is valuable in life, and principles, specific statements that people take into account to be true, that were vital to my existence. They have been instrumental in coaching me the way to engage with people and how to exist as a member in society. along with teaching me manners, widespread beliefs, and values, in addition they taught me approximately norms, behavioral expectations which uses values to guide appropriate conduct in one of a kind situations.
During the second year of our primary education, we had to be seated separately in classes because we were very competitive of each other. Most twins are characteristically distinctive from each other and feature entire unique qualities. however, if one is academically better than the other, it creates a whole lot of problem for the other one to deal with the constant competition.This was also due to our class mates that significantly contributed the intensity of our hatred thus led to unnecessary quarrels on a regular basis which made our relationship brittle. We hated when our parents dressed us alike because we wanted to have our own sense of unique identity and there were multiple occasions where we hated the attention whenever we go our together or roamed about in public. After having completed our primary education, the traits of my Our hatred of each other.