This theoretically balanced text provides the latest research findings and a consistent structure to help students analyze major social problems facing the United States. This "down-to-earth" approach helps students to understand and analyze how social problems and the changing conditions of society impact their own lives. Social Problems is born out of James Henslin's many years of teaching the social problems course and a desire to encourage insight and self - discovery in students to consider competing views on what makes a social problem and how to interpret approaches to addressing these problems.
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