#2. In “Social Problems as Collective Behavior,” Herbert Blumer argues that social problems are products of a process of collective definitioninstead of existing independently as a set of objective social arrangements with an intrinsic makeup. Why is this distinction important? What do we gain by studying social problems as a process of collective behavior? (the picture below is the class note you can read it before you write the essay :))
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