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Social Problems: Sociology 270
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Harris, Alexes. 2010. “Social Problems: Sociology 270”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Why are certain social problems considered serious social problems and others not? From youth crime, violence and abuse, homelessness and poverty, racial and gender inequality, to the AIDS epidemic, there are several social ills plaguing our society today. Yet, at various times and in different places, certain issues become labeled by different people...

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Introduction to Sociology/Social Problems
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College 100

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