Social Problems and Solutions

After completing this lesson, student must be able to:

  • Identify social problems.
  • Introduce regional problem and problems related to language, gender and class.
  • Find solutions to social problems.
  • Describe the roles of local and national organizations in social reformation.
  • Describe the efforts made for social reformation.
  • Explain about ranas' contributions.
  • Define the efforts advent of democracy.
  • Describe about international assistance.

Notes

Identification of Social Problems

Those activities carried out on a personal level or by groups affecting others' personal rights health, liberty, dignity, security, social and cultural values are called social problems. For example: theft, trafficking, bullying etc.

Roles of Local and National Level Organizations in Social Reforms

Several governmental and non-governmental organizations are involved in social reformation activities. Youth clubs, women groups, mothers' group etc are working at local level. This note contains a description of Roles of Local and National Organizations in Social Reformation.

Efforts made for Social Reformation

We have many problems in our society.Efforts have been made for the social reformations in the country from time to time This note contains a description of Efforts made for Social Reformation.

Corruption

Corruption is an illegal act of taking money or another benefits of misusing power and authority. Corruption is the first problem of the Country. It is the abuse of entrusted power. Corruption will finally disappear only when man develops self-respect out of education and prosperity. Corruption is not a disease, but a symptom of faster social development than the social structures can support.

Social problems

Social problems are the general factors that affect and damage society. A social problem is normally a term used to describe problems with a particular area or group of people in the world. Social problems often involve problems that affect real life.

Conflict- Circle and Reconciliation

Conflict is the misunderstanding between two parties. Conflict is the general pattern of groups dealing with disparate ideas. Conflicts cannot be eliminated, but it can be managed. If we can understand the true areas of disagreement, this will help us solve the right problems and manage the true needs of the parties.