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Social Problems Within A Community

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Discuss what is meant by a social problem and provide examples of social problems that could exist in a community. Select one social problem and describe where you could begin to make a difference locally.

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As you know per Brain Mass policies, I cannot write this for you. However, I can provide you with a good idea of what a social problem is an example of one in a community, and some scholarly references to use for when you respond to this. And if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by message.

Simply put, a social problem is anything that you or the people of your community think is undesirable or wrong. This can range from a neighbor who does not take in his trashcans after the collection is complete to drug use among high schoolers to an out-of-control crime rate. In my neighborhood, there are a lot of college ...

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The social problems within a community is examined. The expert selects a social problem and describes where to begin to make a difference locally.

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