Karl Marx

Social Consciousness

 

The term social consciousness refers to an awareness or consciousness of the problems within a group, community, or society.

 

Example:

 

Samantha made an effort to pay attention to the problems in her city as she felt that it was her duty as a citizen to be socially conscious and to personally take part in developing and implementing solutions.

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