Level of sociological learning

 There are fundamentally three levels of learn in sociology, which can also be considered as a subdivision of sociology: micro-macro-sociology and meso-level sociology (Henslin and Nelson, 1995).
 Micro-sociology is interested in small-scale level of the arrangement and gathering of human social groups; Micro-sociological level of study focuses on social dealings. It examines the interpersonal affairs, and what people do and how they perform when they interact.
 While macro-sociology concern the essential phases of society.
Macro-sociology focuses on the wide description of society. The goal of macro-sociology is the large-scale social phenomenon that manages how social groups are organized and situated in the analysis of social arrangement. The level of education is generally used representative connections perspective.

Some writers also a third level of learning called meso-level analysis, in which human social phenomenon between the micro- and macro-level analyses. Because of their exacting educational interest sociologists, a type of learning in other chosen; but all levels of learning are valuable and essential for a better understanding of social life in society.