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Social issues are matters that can be explained only by factors outside an individual’s control and immediate social environment. They usually concern more than a single individual and affect many individuals in a society. Common social issues include poverty, violence, justice, human rights (suppression of), equality (or discrimination), crimes, and usually revolve around conflicting viewpoints and tensions between people who take different stances. A brief look at the List of sociology topics indicates the possible depth and complexity of a network of problems only a Wikipedia can document. Also, social issues can be caused by racism.