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Social Problems: Sociology 150
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Niemonen, Jack. 2010. “Social Problems: Sociology 150”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


On the surface, identifying and describing social problems appears relatively easy. All of us are aware of problems such as crime, delinquency, unemployment, poverty, sexism, racism, inequitable health care, pollution, alcohol and drug abuse, and AIDS; and most of us will agree that they require some form of public attention. However, these conditions do...

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Introduction to Sociology/Social Problems
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College 100

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