ctors show that the social problems are interlinked with other problems encountered by a community and cannot be distinguished in a significant manner. Hence, cultural, economical, biological and psychological aspects are all constituents of a social problem (Covaleski, Tinsmith and Weiss, 2013).
Presently, the rising number of unemployment, poverty and illiteracy is a major economic and social issue being faced by the developing and underdeveloped nations. Such an issue can be mitigated only with the government initiative by extensively carrying out various kinds of program in the rural areas for facilitating welfare of the people therein (Ford, 2014). Literacy is the only way whereby the alarming rate of economic problems experienced by a society can be minimized. Thus, it is relevant to link the economic problem with the social problem.
Cultural problem is another aspect of the social problem. A major cultural problem can be witnessed in the form of cast, gender and racial discriminations. Cast differentiation is witnessed majorly in countries like, India (Covaleski, Dirsmith and Weiss, 2013). Such discrimination is prevalent in the modern era and can be witnessed in workplaces as well as in communities. Women are still considered to be inefficient as compared to men. Many organizations allot important positions and job roles solely to men as they consider women to be less competent. Juvenile delinquency is another major problem faced by a society. Juvenile delinquency can be referred to as the crimes committed by youths, which occurs when minors participate in illegal behaviours (Warner, 2013). Such behaviour mainly arises out of lack of education and improper social environment and circles. The alarming rate of divorce can be attributed to the cultural problem, along with the fast pace of life that highly affects individual lifestyle. Hence, cultural problems also form a part of the social problem (Kallen, Miller and Daniels, 2014).