In conclusion in this essay it was shown what social order was and how it works and how disorder is made and used examples of how order works and about disorder was used to build a full picture. First by Geoffman who saw society as a network of individuals interacting. Then by Foucault who saw society as controlled and dominated by the powerful and authorities. Then we looked Stanley Cohen theories about media manipulating and escalating disorder in contemporary UK society and in part causing grater disorder in society. Then finally, Stuart Hall theory that social disorder was used as a way of manipulating issues and discord in society and that the media was used as a tool to suit there means.
Dan sees teaching as “another way of organising and doing political work.” Dan has a practical approach to sociological teaching. Dan talks to his students about his volunteering and social activism in order to demonstrate the many uses of sociology in the transformation of society. One of his courses offers the option for students to participate in a community project, either through social service, advocacy or social change. Students then write reflection papers at the end of their community work. Dan sees this is a useful way of bringing sociology to society as well as feeding society back into the classroom. He says: “It’s a dialectical relationship that never should be separated”: