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Unformatted text preview: Subjective and Objective Understandings of Social Problems The subjective thesis asserts that social problems exist only insofar as people are aware of them. The objective thesis states that the existence of social problems depends on facts, not public awareness. The reality of a social problem is partly a matter of objective facts and partly a matter of how individuals subjectively interpret these facts....
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- Fall '10