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Analysis on Sociological Imagination of C. Wright Mills

Analysis on Sociological Imagination of C. Wright Mills

After the multiple comprehensions I did in reading the writings of C. Wright Mills, I summed up to an idea that people do not see how the changes in history affect them. I came up to the reason that to be able to know what is happening within an individual, he should be able to possess the quality of mind connoted by Mr. Mills – the Sociological Imagination – that will help him to use information and to develop a reason in order to achieve lucid summations of what is going on in the world. Through realizing and understanding in which part of the society and of the history he contributes and he may take part, he can know his own chances in life.

People are not aware of where they should place themselves in the society. They tend to believe and view themselves as strangers because they sense that their private lives are a series of traps. That’s why they found themselves incapable of providing solutions to their own troubles. They…

Adobe Photoshop Trouble Shooting - Could not initialize photoshop because the file is locked

Adobe Photoshop Trouble Shooting - Could not initialize photoshop because the file is locked

Situation: Your scratch disk ( usually C:\\ ) is full and you can't save the project you are doing in Photoshop. So you tried to used the other partition of your hard drive ( may be D:\\ ) as scratch disk as well.
In Edit > Preferences > Performance > "You unchecked C:\\ and you checked D:\\" and then you restart the photoshop program. Then the problem occurs.

Problem: An alert box will say
"Could not initialize photoshop because the file is locked..."
and the photoshop will close when you click "Ok" or "Close/X" and the photoshop will not work anymore.

Answer: You have to edit/modify your Preferences > Performances to default again, to restore the default setting of the scratch disk. But since you couldn't start the program. You can edit it in its folder.
C:\\Documents and Settings\"you username"\Application Data\Adobe\Ado…