Ramandeep (Robin) Randhawa
Watch my slideshows on the global sociological imagination— “What Have my Cocoa Beans Got to Do with Canada” and the “Musings of the Son of the Global Village” at http://www.quist-adade.com/ and write a 250 word essay on your own global sociological imagination explaining how your life has been impacted by the actions and inactions of people outside Canada and how your own actions/inactions have affected the live chances of people in other parts of the world. Due date next week’s class Monday (for Langley/Thursday for Surrey).
A few years ago, the village my fathers from started to crop wheat in the state of Punjab, India. They went around our farm, tossing little wheat seeds everywhere. Every harvest, we would bring back the wheat which would arguably provide our village and the rest of the villages close by with increased food availability. The task achieved major success. My life has been impacted by this occurring immensely. Similar to what Dr. Charles Quist-Adade did, I believe my village back home is responsible for wheat availability in the entire region which surrounds my father’s village. If it was not for my father’s village, no one in the region would be able to know what wheat-associated-food tasted like. It feels good knowing that I made a difference in this world. After all, wheat is one of the most important food crops in the entire world. Wheat is our bodies lead source of energy; it provides our bodies with carbohydrates, a foremost foundation of liveliness. It feels good knowing with my support, empty stomachs are filled with food and people are living a worthy, fit, and healthy lifestyle.
My name is Robin Randhawa and my major is in Psychology. Some of the things I enjoy doing are the following: DJ’ing, producing music, playing ice-hockey, soccer, basketball, working-out, and kick-boxing. I also enjoy reading. In my humble opinion, reading is very important and beneficial. Not only does it turn one into an improved writer however, we develop an additional perception of the world. This perception gives us the abilities to think ahead. In our mind, a ‘picture’ of some sort starts to develop while reading on a persistent base. When that ‘picture’ starts to progress in our head, we know we’re going to be successful. There is one upright reason for that. That is, we will start to see this ‘picture’ before completing any task or job. We will know unerringly what the end result will be. These values inspire me to execute unimaginable apparatus’s in life. The reason I chose this course was because the study of people and why they do what they do interests me. Furthermore, I think it makes sense for everyone to take part in a sociology course once in their lifetime. After all, we make up society and should know how society works and evolves. Lastly, I’m taking this course as an elective for my degree in Psychology. My current understanding of the term society is as not as meaningful and substantial as it should be but put into simple terms, it is the study of development, structure, and functioning of a human society. It also takes into account social problems. I hope to make that definition more broad and bold by the end of this semester!
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