Sociology of Education: my story This paper will offer an analysis of issues emerging from schooling, identity, and lived experience using sociological concepts and paradigms. The essay will explore this writer’s identity and lived experiences in the following domains: the realms of religion, sexuality, ethnicity, language and race. At the heart of this exploration, the paper will look at the aforementioned domains (as they apply to this writer) within the context of university life at York University. With the above in mind, this paper will start by first offering a profile of the writer; from there, the paper will delve into experiences undergone by this writer whilst a student at York University and how these experiences can be analyzed...The end:
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