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What sociological perspectives best explains the social problems that exist in society?
Weegy: By viewing social problems from a sociological perspective, we concern ourselves with changing our society and laws, and the way in which we handle social problems, so that we don't keep reproducing them. [ To do this is to be taking responsibility for what problems we, as a society, have created. And when we do truly take responsibility for our own social problems, we know that is inappropriate and abusive to be blaming or punishing those individuals who have become a part of these social problems. It would be more appropriate to blame and punish ourselves for doing this to these people. And when we do acknowledge our social problems as social problems, and therefore change what we do as a society, the reproduction of these social problems stops almost immediately. However, stopping the reproduction of social problems does not always mean stopping social problems in there tracks. For example, in the AEM's Egalitarian society, we claim that we will stop the reproduction of unemployment (because the society's Egalitarian government is responsible for employing everyone), but that does not necessarily mean that there will be no unemployed people. It means that nobody who is already working and nobody entering the workforce will ever become unemployed. However, there are many wives for example who have never worked, and who had no intention of working, and we are not about to make them work as it is not their fault that they have become full-time housewives and have developed their existence and ambitions around this lifestyle (we also don't take money away from the rich, even though the rich are much greater economic burden upon the society than are the unemployed, but nobody talks much about that). So, the moral of the story is that while sociological solutions to social problems will serve to prevent many social problems from being reproduced, and while we try our best to make it as painless as possible for those people involved in these social problems, ... (More)
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