1. Definition and construction of social problems from social anthropology.
2. Gender and culture.
3. Contexts of discrimination: illness, functional diversity, and stigmatized identities.
4. Social policy, poverty, and social exclusion.
5. Visualization and invisibilization of social problems in the media and social networks.
6. Contemporary migration and cultural meeting. Problematizing multiculturalism.
We start from a consideration of "social problem" as the result of a social construction. In this sense, social problems are "typical" of every cultural, social, economic and political context and, therefore, result of historical processes. Derived from this 'training' characterized by being dynamic and able to interact among themselves to converge and lead to complex situations.