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- adj. Of or pertaining to sociology
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to sociology, or sociologic principles or matters: as, sociological studies or observations.
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- adj. of or relating to or determined by sociology
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And I think it may contribute to the fragmentation and political polarization we see online, which are generally explained in sociological terms as an “echo chamber” effect or “groupthink.”
… And I think it may contribute to the fragmentation and political polarization we see online, which are generally explained in sociological terms as an ‘echo chamber’ effect or ‘groupthink.’
I continued to write successful books, and in sociological controversy I saw my opponents confuted with the facts of the times that daily reared new buttresses to my intellectual position.
The two anthropologists theorized that a long history of discrimination helped foster what is known in sociological lingo as an oppositional peer culture.
Smith and beyond, sociability was a major player in sociological explanations.
Since utopianism has become a positively valued concept within sociological, legal, and other fields, its implications for an understanding of
I guess they call it dysfunctionality in sociological-speak.
Music of the 18th C-- Classical and High Baroque -- gets lumped together because of a certain sociological function, performing as an anonymous signifier of sophistication and "high class" with no reference to musical specificities.
Of course they were cautioned that the works were fiction, but that the action and the characters existed in sociological contexts.
The fiscal Left and Right disagree on the long-term sociological impact of welfare statism, as reflected in some of the pro and con arguments bullet-pointed here.