Sociology undergraduate here, who is struggling to "see the wood for the trees",

Sociology undergraduate here, who is struggling to "see the wood for the trees",

Sociology undergraduate here, who is struggling to "see the wood for the trees", as the idiom goes. My two brief questions are the following: Is there anything unique within sociological theory, or is it just a spin-off of philosophy that lacks training on how to think? Additionally, is it the case that a philosophy degree can open doors into other fields, but sociology is more limiting to academic mobility?

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