"Everything happens for a reason"
"Fight to make the world a better place"
"I'm just watching the world go by"
Reading a good piece of fiction or literature
A debate with friends or family
Spend considerable time thinking about the make of the person's car, the area you were driving, the time of day and other factors that perhaps resulted in the altercation.
Curse the "tech bros" that have taken over your neighborhood for creating traffic.
Recognize that defensive driving is necessary to get around the city effectively and shrug it off.
"How do student-faculty interactions affect student graduation rates?"
"What is the relationship between administrator salaries and class cuts?"
"How do CCSF students, faculty, and staff all work together when they come from such different and diverse backgrounds?"
To babysit students while their parents have to work.
To help socialize young people into being functioning members of society.
To help young people develop shared understandings of social values (i.e. competition) and beliefs (i.e. going to college is good).
How cinematography, music, sounds, make-up, and dialogue work to express a theme or message.
The tension between good and evil and which side will be triumphant in the end.
The plot twists! How something seemingly random ends up playing a major role in the conclusion of the film.
"Jeez, I wonder what that person did to get themselves into that position. I better make sure to work hard at school and get a good job"
"It's so wrong that some people can buy million dollars home in this city and some people are living on the streets!"
"Why am I so grossed out or bothered by this person? What about them makes me feel that way?"
To gain a clearer understanding of how society works and functions.
To help solve social problems and make the world a better place.
To uncover the "hidden" social beliefs and norms present in our everyday lives.
'What Do You Mean"- Justin Bieber
'Bricks in the Wall"- Pink Floyd
"What's Going On?"-Marvin Gaye