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Unformatted text preview: The Macrosociological Perspective Social Structure), but however they dont want a better future. The homeless men would rather live in the slums barely surviving or being eligible for welfare. A social problem that would be examined from a microsociology would be something that examines survival skills such as law breaking, symbolic interaction, or so maybe domestic violence since its considered to be violence in a dating knowing relationship. 3.) Social structure provides personal feelings and desires. People conduct themselves more positively because they are born with social structure that ables them to maintain a great attitude and conduct themselves in a usual manner. Maybe it could be natural to wake up on the wrong side of the bed but throughout the day you tend to realize that you can have a great attitude to make your day become better. We as humans tend to strive for goodness and want our social structures to be positive....
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