...Problems A social problem is an issue that a large section of or a whole community perceives it as undesirable (George, 2006). The notable social problems include prostitution, smoking, drug abuse and trafficking, poverty, crime, unemployment, teenage pregnancies, abortion, and alcoholism among others. Typically, the social problems affect and disrupt the society. The effects of the social problems can be detrimental with far-reaching implications that damage the community. Notably, high levels of unemployment, crimes, teenage pregnancies, and poverty tend to interrupt the social fabric (George, 2006). Hence, it is critically significant to minimize or eradicate the seeming inevitable social...