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  • 101Social exclusion — has no agreed to, defined, or specific single application, though one suggested definition is as follows: Social exclusion is a multidimensional process of progressive social rupture, detaching groups and individuals from social relations and… …

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  • 102Social psychology (psychology) — Social psychology is the scientific study of how people s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others (Allport, 1985). By this definition, scientific refers to the empirical method of… …

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  • 103Social stories — (often capitalized as Social Stories) interventions attempt to improve the social skills of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) by using individualized short stories to help them interpret challenging or confusing social situations.cite …

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  • 104Social anxiety — is a term used to describe an experience of anxiety (emotional discomfort, fear, apprehension or worry) regarding social situations and being evaluated by other people. It occurs early in childhood as a normal part of social functioning. People… …

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  • 105Social teachings of Pope Pius XII — refers to encyclicals, apostolic constitutions and speeches by Pope Pius XII on non theological issues involving medicine, science, education, social justice, family and sexuality and occupations. ocial teachingsMedical theologyPius XII delivered …

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  • 106Social Media — bzw. Soziale Medien bezeichnet digitale Medien und Technologien (vgl. Social Software), die es Nutzern ermöglichen, sich untereinander auszutauschen und mediale Inhalte einzeln oder in Gemeinschaft zu gestalten. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Überblick 2… …

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  • 107Social center — Social Centers are community spaces. They are buildings which are used for a range of disparate activities, which can be linked only by virtue of being not for profit. They might be organizing centers for local activities or they might provide… …

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  • 108Social computing — is a general term for an area of computer science that is concerned with the intersection of social behavior and computational systems. It is used in two ways. In the weaker sense of the term, social computing has to do with supporting any sort… …

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  • 109Social economy — refers to a third sector in economies between the private sector and business or, the public sector and government. It includes organisations such as cooperatives, non governmental organisations and charities. Social economy: a third sector in… …

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  • 110Social psychiatry — is a branch of psychiatry that focuses on the interpersonal and cultural context of mental disorder and mental wellbeing. It involves a sometimes disparate set of theories and approaches, with work stretching from epidemiological survey research… …

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  • 111Social capitalism — as a theory challenges the idea that socialism and capitalism are mutually exclusive. Social capitalism posits that a strong social support network for the poor enhances capital output. By decreasing poverty, capital market participation is… …

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  • 112Social semiotics — is a branch of the field of semiotics which investigates human signifying practices in specific social and cultural circumstances, and which tries to explain meaning making as a social practice. Semiotics, as originally defined by Ferdinand de… …

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  • 113social welfare —    ‘Social welfare’ is sometimes a synonym for welfare state, but here it is taken to refer to ideas about what the objectives of a welfare state are and by what mechanisms and processes they might best be achieved.    The principle of less… …

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  • 114Social design — has many definitions and the term is put to very different uses across the globe. Some definitions exist within the design world and refers to design in its traditional sense, meaning the shaping of products and services. Other definitions refer… …

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  • 115Social connectedness — is a psychological term used to describe the quality and number of connections we have with other people in our social circle of family, friends and acquaintances. These connections can be both in real life, as well as online. The more socially… …

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  • 116Social defeat — refers to losing a confrontation among conspecific animals, or any kind of hostile dispute among humans, in either a dyadic or in a group individual context, generating very significant consequences in terms of control over resources, access to… …

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  • 117Social transformation — is the process by which an individual alters the socially ascribed social status of their parents into a socially achieved status for themselves. This is different from social reproduction and social mobility because instead of looking at the… …

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  • 118Social ecology — is a philosophy developed by French geographer and anarchist Élisée ReclusFact|date=June 2008 and revived by Murray Bookchin in the 1960s.It holds that present ecological problems are rooted in deep seated social problems, particularly in… …

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  • 119Social Return on Investment — Social Return on Investment, or SROI is an attempt to measure the social and financial value created by a non profit, NGO or business. It has not been proven to drive increased investment, but it is popular with academics and some consultancies.… …

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  • 120Social novel — Social novels, also known as social problem novels or realist fiction, originated in the 18th century but gained a popular following in the 19th century with the rise of the Victorian Era and in many ways was a reaction to industrialization,… …

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