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  • 121Social interface — is a concept from social science (particularly, sociology of technology). It can be approached from a theoretical or a more practical perspective.As a theoretical concept of social interface theory, social interface is defined by Long (1989). In… …

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  • 122Social D — Social Distortion Social Distortion live in Köln, 2005 Gründung 1979 Genre Punkrock Website …

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  • 123Social science fiction — is a term used to describe a subgenre of science fiction concerned less with technology and space opera and more with sociological speculation about human society. In other words, it absorbs and discusses anthropology , and speculates about human …

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  • 124Social stigma — is severe social disapproval of personal characteristics or beliefs that are against cultural norms. Social stigma often leads to marginalization.Examples of existing or historical social stigmas can be physical or mental disabilities, disorders… …

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  • 125Social Penetration Theory — was formulated by the psychology professors Irwin Altman and Dalmas Taylor as their attempt to describe the dynamics of relational closeness. They proposed that closeness occurs through a gradual process of self disclosure, and closeness develops …

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  • 126Social trinity — is an interpretation of the Christian doctrine of the trinity. Its central idea is that the trinity consists of three persons whose unity consists of a loving relationship. Karen Kilby, [http://www.theologyphilosophycentre.co.uk/papers/Kilby… …

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  • 127Life Caching — refers to a social act of storing and sharing a person s life events in an open and public forum. Modern life caching is considered a form of social networking and typically takes place on the internet.Examples of life caching sites include,… …

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  • 128Social organization in Cambodia — is very hierarchical. The greater a person s age, the greater the level of respect that must be granted to them. Everyone in Khmer culture is given a hierarchical title before the name in some cases names are shortened with the title added before …

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  • 129Life imprisonment — or life incarceration is a sentence of imprisonment for a serious crime, often for most or even all of the criminal s remaining life, but in fact for a period which varies between jurisdictions: many countries have a maximum possible period of… …

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  • 130Life (magazine) — Life generally refers to three American magazines: *A humor and general interest magazine published from 1883 to 1936. Time founder Henry Luce bought all rights to this magazine solely so that he could acquire the rights to its name. *A… …

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  • 131Social facilitation — is the tendency for people to be aroused into better performance on simple tasks (or tasks at which they are expert or that have become autonomous) when under the eye of others, rather than while they are alone (audience effect), or when… …

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  • 132Life Ball — 2007 Der Life Ball (dt. „Lebensball“) in Wien ist die größte Benefiz Veranstaltung in Europa zu Gunsten HIV positiver und AIDS erkrankter Menschen.[1] Hinter dem Life Ball steht der 1992 von Gery Keszler und dem damals selbst betroffenen Ar …

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  • 133Social Distortion — Pays d’origine   …

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  • 134life — [ laıf ] (plural lives [ laıvz ] ) noun *** ▸ 1 time from birth to death ▸ 2 way of living, experience ▸ 3 state of being alive ▸ 4 living things ▸ 5 time something exists/lasts ▸ 6 activity/excitement ▸ 7 in games ▸ 8 life imprisonment ▸ +… …

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  • 135Life Is Peachy — Studio album by Korn Released October …

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  • 136Life University — is located in Marietta, Georgia. It specializes in degrees in Chiropractic, and also offers programs in Pre Chiropractic, Business, Nutrition, Sport Health Sciences and Biology. The university s current president is Dr. Guy Riekeman, D.C., former …

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  • 137Social Outsiders in Nazi Germany — is a book edited by Robert Gellately and Nathan Stoltzfus. It is a collection of essays offering the history of those branded social outsiders in Nazi Germany.It was published by Princeton University Press as a 320 page hardcover (ISBN 978 0 691… …

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  • 138LIFE (pro-life organization) — LIFE is a UK based pro life caring and educational charity (Registered National Charity No. 274144), founded in 1970 by Professor Jack Scarisbrick and his wife Nuala in response to the Abortion Act 1967, which introduced legal abortion to… …

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  • 139Social insertion — (Spanish: inserción social ) is one of the two main forms of anarchist activism championed by FARJ (Federação Anarquista do Rio de Janeiro) and other South American anarchist organizations, the other being especifismo. Both principles are based… …

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  • 140Life of Soul — ( Lyfe of Soule ) is a short anonymous prose tract written in the late Middle English of the English midlands about 1400 or a little earlier.FormThe tract takes the form of a catechetical dialogue, or at least begins that way, one interlocutor… …

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