Sociology concerns studying people’s social lives, the changes that occur in these social lives and the causes as well as consequences of the behavior of people. Simply put, sociology concerns the scientific study of people and their societies and their behavior (Ballantine & Roberts, 2011). The uniqueness of sociology from other studies of human behavior and interactions emanates from its focus on the patterns of human behavior in the society. The focus of sociology is on society and people’s behavior. On most occasions people are deceived that they already know much about society hence reduced need for them to study society. However, truth is that the observations made about our societies are casual, do not have a strong base and are aimed to specific entities as opposed to the whole society (Ballantine & Roberts, 2011). On most occasions, these observations are incorrect and biased. To develop a clear understanding of sociology and its benefits to people, the social structures and social institutions inherent in our societies must be elaborately investigated and aligned to the behavioral patterns of humans in these societies. Only by these elaborate studies is one able to come up with valid findings that are likely to benefit the society. Such benefits range from providing people with information to informing people how the current society is built and the trend of social activities that are likely to lead to stable societies.