When social problems workers critique social policy, they are particularly likely to use ___________ as part of their claims. Select one: b. critiques of academic research Incorrect c. anecdotal evidence d. emotional pleas based on the hardships faced by workers 2)When subjects critique social policy, they are particularly likely to use ____________ as part of their claims. Select one: b. critiques of academic research c. anecdotal evidence d. comparisons to other troubling conditions 3) Joel Best argues that one of the most important lessons from comparing social problems processes is that Select one: a. people tend to do the same things over and over out of habit. b. there are clear formulas for successful social problems construction. c. our understandings of social problems are grounded in the choices people make about what to highlight and what to leave out. 4) Joel Best argues that certain problems continually appear and then fade in waves of concern because Select one: a. there are objective peaks and recessions in the extent to which a problem is presented. c. certain constructions are particularly good matches with specific cultural and social conditions and thus foster recurring claimsmaking. d. people fail to understand the problem and therefore periodically lose interest in it.