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In chapter two, Personal Courage and Practical Sociologies, Lemert builds off of these prior definitions by breaking down the sociology of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, a sociologist who has historically been omitted from the sociological canon due to the patriarchal nature of the time and place she lived. Lemert introduces Gilman as an exemplary sociologist who drew upon her subjective experiences as a woman in Victorian times who was controlled and subjugated by the men in her life. But has Gilman developed her ideas, she became to see that her experiences were shared experiences; shared with other women of similar racial, gendered, and class backgrounds.
Lemert's discussion of Gilman moves the reader from his prior discussion of sociological competence to a more fully developed practical sociology. Practical sociology is different than sociological competence and professional sociology.
Create a post defining what Lemert means by 'practical sociology.' A well-structured and complete post will differentiate it from sociological competence and sociology as a profession in their definition.