1.7.2.Causes for Social Problems

1.7.2.Causes for Social Problems

1. Differentiation and multiplication of interests and functions.

As the society grows, there is increased opportunity for the collision of interests of various individuals, groups, institutions and systems.

2. Accelerating frequency of social change or growth of civilization.

The structural and functional mal adjustments arise from revolutionary inventions which create many social problems.

3. Man’s developed insight to make a scientific analysis

Ever since man has developed his social insight of looking into the working of nature, issues which were formerly regarded as simple are now perceived as a result of various kinds of natural consideration which influence man and society.

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