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"Society is not a mere sum of individuals."

-Emile Durkheim

Sociology is about studying society from every angle: from social policy and family relationships to the impact of tourism, there's plenty of room for specialisation. If this sounds exciting to you, you might want to consider studying sociology at the university level. You can study it on itsown, or joint with another subject, such as

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