Sociably Socialisation

Social

Meanings and phrases

social

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adj.
  1. relating to human society and its members; societal
  2. living together or enjoying life in communities or organized groups
  3. relating to or belonging to or characteristic of high society
  4. composed of sociable people or formed for the purpose of sociability
  5. tending to move or live together in groups or colonies of the same kind
  6. marked by friendly companionship with others

social

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n.
  1. a party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity; sociable; mixer

Economic and Social Council

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n.
  1. a permanent council of the United Nations; responsible for economic and social conditions; ECOSOC

Economic and Social Council commission

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n.
  1. a commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations; ECOSOC commission

Social Democratic Party

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n.
  1. a political party in Germany and Britain (and elsewhere) founded in late 19th century; originally Marxist; now advocates the gradual transformation of capitalism into democratic socialism

Social Development Commission

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n.
  1. the commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations that is concerned with social development

Social Security

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n.
  1. social welfare program in the U.S.; includes old-age and survivors insurance and some unemployment insurance and old-age assistance

Social Security Administration

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n.
  1. an independent government agency responsible for the Social Security system; SSA

Social Security number

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n.
  1. the number of a particular individual's Social Security account

medical social worker

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n.
  1. an official in a British hospital who looks after the social and material needs of the patients; almoner

social action

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n.
  1. a social policy of reform (especially socioeconomic reform)
E.g.
  • Research as social action: The research process in art education.
  • DJKM founded its social action branch, The Center for Reclaiming America for Christ, in 1996.
  • It was a revelation for Hays to see how the arts could serve to empower people for social action.

social activity

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n.
  1. activity considered appropriate on social occasions

social affair

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n.
  1. a gathering for the purpose of promoting fellowship; social gathering
n.
  1. an anthropologist who studies such cultural phenomena as kinship systems; cultural anthropologist

social anthropology

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n.
  1. the branch of anthropology that deals with human culture and society; cultural anthropology

social assistance

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n.
  1. benefits paid to bring incomes up to minimum levels established by law; supplementary benefit; national assistance

social class

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n.
  1. people having the same social, economic, or educational status; class; stratum; socio-economic class
E.g.
  • Each of them represents a social class of the Middle Ages.
  • Sometimes tattoos signaled social class.
  • He believed Dr. Neill was well below his daughter's social class.

social climber

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n.
  1. someone seeking social prominence by obsequious behavior; climber

social club

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n.
  1. a formal association of people with similar interests; club; society; guild; gild; lodge; order
E.g.
  • social club and a horseback riding school.
  • The social club occupied the house until the Second World War.
  • In 1980 the Harps opened a social club on Loughgall Road, Armagh.

social contract

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n.
  1. an implicit agreement among people that results in the organization of society; individual surrenders liberty in return for protection

social control

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n.
  1. control exerted (actively or passively) by group action
E.g.
  • Amphitheatres also provided a means of social control.
  • One form of Chamba social control is through the use of cults.
  • Informal social control is applying pressure to change another person's behavior.

social dancer

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n.
  1. a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball); dancer

social dancing

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n.
  1. dancing as part of a social occasion

social democracy

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n.
  1. the belief in a gradual transition from capitalism to socialism by democratic means
E.g.
  • It advocated workers' rights, land reform and social democracy.
  • In 1896 he taught German social democracy at the London School of Economics.
  • It is distinguished between the fundamental principle of fascism and social democracy.

social disease

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n.
  1. a communicable infection transmitted by sexual intercourse or genital contact; venereal disease; VD; venereal infection; Cupid's itch; Cupid's disease; Venus's curse; dose; sexually transmitted disease; STD

social drinker

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n.
  1. someone who drinks liquor repeatedly in small quantities; tippler

social event

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n.
  1. an event characteristic of persons forming groups

social function

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n.
  1. a vaguely specified social event; affair; occasion; social occasion; function

social gathering

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n.
  1. a gathering for the purpose of promoting fellowship; social affair

social group

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n.
  1. people sharing some social relation
E.g.
  • The Woman's Club (founded in 1895) was a literary and social group.
  • A related social group were the Koutsavakides (κουτσαβάκηδες, sing.
  • At that time, no social group could defend its rights and interests.

social insect

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n.
  1. an insect that lives in a colony with other insects of the same species

social insurance

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n.
  1. government provision for unemployed, injured, or aged people; financed by contributions from employers and employees as well as by government revenue

social intercourse

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n.
  1. communication between individuals; intercourse

social lion

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n.
  1. a celebrity who is lionized (much sought after); lion

social movement

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n.
  1. a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals; movement; front
E.g.
  • By the end of the 1930s these and others had turned American folk music into a social movement.
  • The book describes the philosophy and social movement of effective altruism and argues in favor of it.
  • The FFWPU was created as a broad-based social movement to promote healthy families and strong societies.

social occasion

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n.
  1. a vaguely specified social event; affair; occasion; function; social function

social organisation

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n.
  1. the people in a society considered as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships; social organization; social structure; social system; structure

social organization

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n.
  1. the people in a society considered as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships; social organisation; social structure; social system; structure
E.g.
  • The Kalapalo social organization is very flexible.
  • The second reason has to do with social organization.
  • Atatürk did not consider gender a factor in social organization.

social phobia

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n.
  1. any phobia (other than agoraphobia) associated with situations in which you are subject to criticism by others (as fear of eating in public or public speaking etc)

social policy

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n.
  1. a policy of for dealing with social issues
E.g.
  • These programs also advocated changes in social policy.
  • There she was first youth and social policy spokeswoman for the SPD group.
  • Strain’s research focuses on labor economics, public finance, and social policy.

social process

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n.
  1. a process involved in the formation of groups of persons

social psychology

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n.
  1. the branch of psychology that studies persons and their relationships with others and with groups and with society as a whole
E.g.
  • Lester was involved in the study of social psychology.
  • The specialty graduate programs of social psychology was ranked No.
  • She received her PhD in social psychology from Ohio State University in 1986.

social rank

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n.
  1. position in a social hierarchy; social station; social status; rank

social reformer

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n.
  1. a disputant who advocates reform; reformer; reformist; crusader; meliorist
E.g.
  • His sister Edith was a prominent social reformer.
  • Like Gokhale, Talwalkar was a social reformer and a patriot.
  • Ramananda was an influential social reformer of Northern India.

social relation

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n.
  1. a relation between living organisms (especially between people)

social science

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n.
  1. the branch of science that studies society and the relationships of individual within a society
E.g.
  • Fundamentally, finance is a social science discipline.
  • Kuhn had used the term "pre-paradigmatic" for social science).
  • They were the first major social science experiments in the world.

social scientist

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n.
  1. someone expert in the study of human society and its personal relationships

social season

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n.
  1. the season for major social events

social secretary

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n.
  1. a personal secretary who handles your social correspondence and appointments

social service

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n.
  1. an organized activity to improve the condition of disadvantaged people in society; welfare work
E.g.
  • Her career is now focused on social service and politics.
  • He then worked for social service agencies.
  • Health and social service work accounts for 14% of Southdale's industry.

social station

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n.
  1. position in a social hierarchy; social status; social rank; rank

social status

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n.
  1. position in a social hierarchy; social station; social rank; rank
E.g.
  • Feeding groups may be segregated by social status.
  • When used of those of higher social status, it is or .
  • They were used as a sign of social status by the elite.
n.
  1. the condition of being arranged in social strata or classes within a group; stratification

social structure

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n.
  1. the people in a society considered as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships; social organization; social organisation; social system; structure
E.g.
  • The Mato Grosso dog-faced bat possibly has a harem social structure.
  • The political and social structure of Germany had forever been altered.
  • In this manner, they closely resemble African wild dogs in social structure.

social system

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n.
  1. the people in a society considered as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships; social organization; social organisation; social structure; structure
E.g.
  • Exosystem is a larger social system where the child plays no role.
  • Giraffes are herd animals with an extremely flexible social system.
  • It was a closed social system.

social unit

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n.
  1. an organization regarded as part of a larger social group; unit

social welfare

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n.
  1. governmental provision of economic assistance to persons in need; welfare; public assistance
E.g.
  • The concept may be understood as social welfare as well.
  • Welfare capitalism is capitalism that includes social welfare policies.
  • Goodwin worked in the field of social welfare before entering academia.

social work

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n.
  1. any of various services designed to aid the poor and aged and to increase the welfare of children
E.g.
  • Stein published extensively in social work literature.
  • Since his early days he was passionate about social work.
  • Its online social work degree program has been ranked No.

social worker

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n.
  1. someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged); caseworker; welfare worker
E.g.
  • Gupta was a Gandhian politician and social worker.
  • She then began working as a psychiatric social worker.
  • He started his career as active social worker in 1945.

social media

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E.g.
  • Highmore lives in London and avoids social media.
  • The images provoked controversy on social media.
  • It has since become a popular topic on social media.

social justice

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E.g.
  • The new government promised equality and social justice.
  • He served on the education and social justice committees.
  • In later years Esther continued her social justice campaigning.

social sciences

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E.g.
  • This method can be used in health and social sciences.
  • There was an immediate rush to bring it into the social sciences.
  • Juan Barreto has received degrees in journalism and social sciences.

social issues

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E.g.
  • They also did not adequately address social issues.
  • Its content deals with political and social issues.
  • Gaullists held divergent views on social issues.

social and political

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E.g.
  • The newspaper was devoted to social and political reform.
  • His work also evolves around social and political issues.
  • One native described it as a social and political experiment.

social and economic

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E.g.
  • The reasons were technical, social and economic.
  • The National Assembly began to enact social and economic reform.
  • Bank runs can lead to a multitude of social and economic problems.

social services

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E.g.
  • There is a day care, social services building and a post office.
  • They also work in social services and with intercultural projects.
  • Upgrading social services and infrastructure has become a necessity.

social networking

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E.g.
  • They are also often used on social networking pages.
  • iContact.com was a social networking service for mobile devices.
  • He launched a new social networking site, Fan Central, for his fans.

political and social

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E.g.
  • Its content deals with political and social issues.
  • A series of high-rating political and social shows (e.g.
  • There's a lot of political and social commentary going on.

economic and social

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E.g.
  • The other condition was determined economic and social reform.
  • Manmatha and Jagadish belong to different economic and social class.
  • Sánchez de Lozada pursued an aggressive economic and social reform agenda.

social life

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E.g.
  • The social life of the adult male is very different.
  • The hotel was an extension of their social life.
  • It offers a humorous account of social life in Surat.

social change

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E.g.
  • At Harvard, Goodman studied the dynamics of social change.
  • The Atheist Centre is an institute working for social change.
  • Kashf became the first MFI to use mainstream media for social change.

social security

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E.g.
  • It set in place an entirely new system of social security.
  • Three quarters of these benefits are paid by social security.
  • His social security death index lists his name under Rusty Slocum.

other social

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E.g.
  • Dr. Seuss also addresses other social issues, such as conformity.
  • Most of other social and cultural organizations were banned as well.
  • Like many other social problems, streetism can be effectively handled.

social and cultural

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E.g.
  • Fashion relates to social and cultural context of an environment.
  • gender, genetic predisposition), social and cultural factors (e.g.
  • The mosque provides facilities for social and cultural activities.

social networks

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E.g.
  • Pets launched April 2008 on social networks Facebook, MySpace, and Hi5.
  • Dice have fans in their gyms, college, in Bogota and in social networks.
  • Such lists may be used to form social networks with more specific purposes.

social network

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E.g.
  • In 2012 she co-founded SAGANet, an astrobiology social network.
  • In 2006, he co-founded uPlayMe, a music-focused social network.
  • This work is cited as being the birth of social network analysis.

social events

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E.g.
  • Some organized rides are entirely social events.
  • Cultural, scientific and social events are also held.
  • It fundraises through social events including music gigs.

social problems

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E.g.
  • Concrete social problems and issues are addressed.
  • They discuss about social problems.
  • Like many other social problems, streetism can be effectively handled.

social activist

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E.g.
  • politician, social activist, and People's Deputy of Ukraine 8th convocations.
  • Ashif Shaikh Ashif Shaikh (born 18 October 1982) is an Indian social activist.
  • A social activist, Coman supported the settlement movement and the labor movement.

social order

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E.g.
  • This social order was divided into three classes.
  • It is started by describing a "natural" social order.
  • Like a servant, a yardman, someone very low in the social order.

social development

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E.g.
  • Kashf had used theater for social development.
  • Unusual social development becomes apparent early in childhood.
  • For Russia, it was important to overcome slow social development as compared to Europe.

social history

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E.g.
  • And there's social history, there's political stuff.
  • His methods include both social history and comparative studies.
  • His work principally concerned Norwegian socioeconomic and social history.

social studies

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E.g.
  • Due to this they are a subject of social studies.
  • Payne is a retired social studies middle school teacher.
  • Mr. Iles returned to Peabody in 1934 to teach social studies.

social groups

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E.g.
  • By the 1960s it was understood that social groups, i.e.
  • Most exchange occurred within social groups.
  • Sociolinguists study relations between language and social groups.
E.g.
  • People of Mookkannoor are known for culture and social responsibility.
  • Warid has been recognised for corporate social responsibility projects.
  • She raised her daughter with a strong sense of social responsibility and independence.

social workers

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E.g.
  • After 1905, most social workers were trained as nurses.
  • - Public social workers shall have the following rights:""1.)
  • By 1920s the club's members were mainly teachers and social workers.

social movements

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E.g.
  • Most major social movements didn't start inside the beltway.
  • He has been reporting on social movements since January 2006.
  • UK street choirs typically have their roots in social movements.

social democratic

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E.g.
  • He joined a local social democratic club in Uman in 1913.
  • In spite of this, his political outlook was social democratic.
  • His Methodist views influenced his social democratic politics.

social classes

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E.g.
  • They used similar social classes as HR for comparison.
  • People were born into specific social classes.
  • Fatwas were solicited by men and women from all social classes.

social interaction

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E.g.
  • This club provided Moravian social interaction to the newcomers.
  • This is usually done through social interaction with the native speaker.
  • It is also influenced by Vygotsky’s concepts of social interaction (1997).

social activities

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E.g.
  • Since 1936 he has been doing social activities.
  • C-Saw provided social activities and services.
  • Meanwhile, her social activities expanded.

various social

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E.g.
  • He is an adviser to various social and political groups including the Kurds of Iraq.
  • Rangamancha: Enactments and plays on various social issues, aired every Sunday at 9 pm 7.
  • Legal arguments were also frequently used to explore multiple sides of various social issues.

through social

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E.g.
  • It fundraises through social events including music gigs.
  • Later, his sister also died, as he reported through social media.
  • The album was announced by Winter through social media on February 18.

social commentary

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E.g.
  • There's a lot of political and social commentary going on.
  • It's biting, but easy to swallow – social commentary at its best."
  • He uses the snowman for social commentary, revenge or pure enjoyment.

social housing

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E.g.
  • These property companies promote, manage and build social housing.
  • Many of her works were used to decorate public institutions or social housing.
  • It provided regular reports on each registered social housing agency in England.

social norms

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E.g.
  • Radha's love for Krishna is beyond all social norms.
  • Some people cross-dress to shock others or challenge social norms.
  • It is a story based on double standards in society and social norms.

social reform

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E.g.
  • It was a result of social reform movement in India.
  • His main book on social reform is "Toward Social Renewal".
  • The other condition was determined economic and social reform.

new social

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E.g.
  • It's a whole new social revolution—the sixties came from it."
  • He launched a new social networking site, Fan Central, for his fans.
  • They organize their own democratic government to manage their new social system.

many social

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E.g.
  • The book is commonly referred to as a parable on many social topics.
  • In many social insect communities, sex is determined through haplodiploidy.
  • Christie attended many social functions and particularly enjoyed watching polo.

cultural and social

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E.g.
  • The principles of agroecology are also integrally cultural and social.
  • It was also used as a meeting place for the cultural and social elite from Kyoto.
  • He ended by appealing to Americans’ cultural and social instincts to improve their situation.

social conditions

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E.g.
  • These reflect instead on social conditions and norms.
  • He believed that these would improve social conditions in the country.
  • The book shows how these adjust dynamically to changing social conditions.

health and social

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E.g.
  • This method can be used in health and social sciences.
  • He chaired its health and social committee.
  • Promoting respect for dignity and rights in health and social care 3.

social interactions

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E.g.
  • Their social interactions are highly complex.
  • Destination memory is critical for social interactions.
  • The characters are well-drawn and engaging and their social interactions believable."

different social

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E.g.
  • They were of different social positions.
  • Pagan's society was highly stratified among different social classes.
  • They are women of different social classes, values and lifestyles opposites.

social media platforms

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E.g.
  • These accusations were widely shared across various blogs and social media platforms.
  • Some governments and social media platforms have sought to enforce real name policies.
  • They occasionally also link to social media platforms such as StumbleUpon, Tumblr, and Pinterest.

social standing

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  • Daily costume depended on social standing.
  • He became one of Virginia's wealthiest men, which increased his social standing.
  • This minority had a considerably better social standing and were personally free.

social support

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E.g.
  • Other factors linked with dysthymia include stress, social isolation, and lack of social support.
  • The UNCT said, Survivors of sexual abuse and violence, struggle to secure justice and social support.
  • Many children with autism lack social support, future employment opportunities or self-determination.

social relations

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E.g.
  • In the Caribbean, social relations were more fluid.
  • Shamans (curanderos) played a pivotal role in social relations in both groups.
  • This economy is regulated not by a metric of price but by a set of social relations.

social skills

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  • They typically do fairly well with social skills.
  • Jane meanwhile teaches John more English, French, and social skills.
  • It can also help increase confidence and social skills in a comfortable setting.

all social

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E.g.
  • Radha's love for Krishna is beyond all social norms.
  • Robin has friends at all social levels."
  • Fatwas were solicited by men and women from all social classes.
E.g.
  • Impact investments provide capital to address social and environmental issues.
  • Roper's most recognised works relate to the aspects of social and environmental communication.
  • Her work focuses on the role of the arts and design in addressing social and environmental concerns.

social mobility

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E.g.
  • Thus, the Karma doctrine discouraged actual social mobility.
  • The most important factor determining social mobility in Finland was education.
  • Northeastern tribal people have thus enjoyed a certain measure of social mobility.

social care

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  • Promoting respect for dignity and rights in health and social care 3.
  • She had a background in social care and managed a food poverty charity.
  • Health and social care is a devolved matter of the Scottish Government.

social capital

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E.g.
  • Building trust has special meaning for social capital.
  • This social capital benefited guild members, even as it arguably hurt outsiders.
  • His research interests include the digital economy, social capital and well-being.

social structures

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  • His works were critical of corruption and social structures.
  • This caused a gap in our understanding of past social structures.
  • Motherhood "Sula" is packed with formal moves against social structures.

social impact

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E.g.
  • Solve is a marketplace for social impact innovation.
  • Moreover, it can also have a social impact.

social scientists

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  • The award has been given to three social scientists from 1990 to 1995.
  • Members: The Academic Council is made up of historians and social scientists.
  • Following WWII, social scientists examined the effects of desegregation on racial attitudes in the U.S.

social context

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  • That was the first instance of their interaction in a social context.
  • "Apprenticeship in thinking: Cognitive development in social context."
  • People changed their in-group identification, depending on the social context.

social changes

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E.g.
  • Printing brought profound social changes.
  • Ruth became an icon of the social changes that marked the early 1920s.
  • This is believed to be indicative of social changes to a more hierarchical society.

social enterprise

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E.g.
  • Run as a social enterprise, many of its members were self-employed.
  • It runs women’s projects, youth training, a youth centre and a social enterprise hub.
  • The trip was hosted by Me to We, a social enterprise and partner of Free The Children.

social reforms

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E.g.
  • Bloch suggested that cultural forms can inspire social reforms.
  • Valencia committed his administration to substantial economic and social reforms.
  • Atatürk began developing social reforms very early, as was evident in his personal journal.

social media accounts

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E.g.
  • This software also allows parents to monitor social media accounts.
  • Garrix announced the track's release through his social media accounts.
  • On Jan. 20, 2020, the band reactivated social media accounts and stated they were back.

social programs

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E.g.
  • The casualties of balancing a budget are often social programs.
  • Opponents argue that privatisation harms social programs for the poor.
  • The Funds of Progress Lippmann addresses the question of how increased social programs can be paid for.

social clubs

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E.g.
  • They were also active in local social clubs.
  • Parsi women also face discrimination in community spaces, such as social clubs.
  • It was also a meeting place for social clubs and political organizations in Harlem.

social networking sites

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E.g.
  • Zorpia is one of the few social networking sites permitted for use in China.
  • They started to troll on the main cast of the series on social networking sites.
  • Once downloaded, users can share mixes through social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.

via social

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E.g.
  • In 2015, Kaká and Celico announced their divorce via social media.
  • In late 2014 a new project was announced by Blank Banshee via social media.
  • That allows players to share and compare scores and awards via social networks.

social institutions

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E.g.
  • Many opinion makers say the situation in all American social institutions is the same.
  • The 26-year-long civil war has ravaged the country's political and social institutions.
  • The Italian government helped a number of medical and social institutions in Azerbaijan as well.

social behavior

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The program explored human evolution and social behavior.
  • Social competence generally refers to skills needed for social behavior.
  • The social behavior of elephants in captivity mimics that of those in the wild.

social unrest

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • During 1548, England was subject to social unrest.
  • In the beginning of the 20th century Alfonsine experienced social unrest.
  • By the 6th century BC, widespread social unrest led to the reforms of Solon.

humanities and social

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It covers Ibero-American studies in the humanities and social sciences.
  • It has two provincial laboratories, one provincial humanities and social sciences base.
  • Coursework in the humanities and social sciences increased to 40 percent of a cadet's total workload.

through social media

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Later, his sister also died, as he reported through social media.
  • The album was announced by Winter through social media on February 18.
  • IceJJFish gained popularity through social media sites, such as YouTube.

social gatherings

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They organized fairs, parties, and social gatherings.
  • COMCEPT holds monthly social gatherings that are open to the public.
  • Andersen promoted the tale by reading it aloud at social gatherings.

social position

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E.g.
  • This is most common when one language has a higher social position (prestige).
  • The social position of mixed-race or "half-caste" individuals varied over time.
  • But the behavior of these creations determined the social position of their descendants.

social relationships

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The social relationships could be in various forms.
  • These social relationships were mirrored in their beliefs.
  • For most people, the exchange of goods occurred through social relationships.

social environment

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Group size is a major aspect of their social environment.
  • They believed that one's heredity and social environment determine one's character.
  • According to social learning theory, sexuality is influenced by people's social environment.

social activism

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They can also inspire social activism.
  • Wrycza's social activism continued during the Second Polish Republic.
  • The government had filed a lawsuit against Do for his social activism.

important social

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Drinking mate together is an important social ritual.
  • They played an important social and political role in the region.
  • Regattas are important social events in many family island settlements.

corporate social

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Warid has been recognised for corporate social responsibility projects.
  • The focus of the Public Eye Awards since 2005 has been on corporate social responsibility.
  • Sobhan endorsed different development tasks for the group under the coverage of corporate social responsibility.

such as social

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Parsi women also face discrimination in community spaces, such as social clubs.
  • The Student Life committee focused on things such as social events, and student privileges.
  • Some people lament that professionals, such as social workers, may discourage autistics from having children.

social hierarchy

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • People expressed their ethnic identity and social hierarchy through textiles.
  • They are usually below only the monarch of a country or nation in its social hierarchy.
  • In fact, the Hinin and Eta themselves weren't considered to be in the social hierarchy at all.
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