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C.: American Psychological Association, 1998. 13. None of the programs had been successful in reducing birthrates. Private mobs were small and, for whatever reason, tended to operate in secret. Also, here was no way to convey the true quality and impact o{ affect, atmosphere ind cognition I experienced through mere phenomenological descriptions of nental content and emotional state. New York: Harper's, '' 'Tren^ H^ mf!' ^"'"'- "" """" ''''''"'^^- ^"^'ewood Cliffs. Some important definitions of soial problems are given below: Horton and Leslie: It is often defined as a condition which many people consider undesirable and wish to correct.

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