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  • 181Social and economic stratification in Appalachia — The Appalachian region of the Eastern United States is home to over 20 million people and covers parts of mostly mountainous areas of 13 states, including Mississippi, Alabama, Pennsylvania, New York, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina,… …

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  • 182Social contract — This article is about the political and philosophical concept. For Rousseau s 1762 treatise on the concept, see The Social Contract. For other uses, see Social Contract (disambiguation). The social contract is an intellectual device intended to… …

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  • 183Social status — In sociology or anthropology, social status is the honor or prestige attached to one s position in society (one s social position). The stratification system, which is the system of distributing rewards to the members of society, determines… …

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  • 184Social — DefinitionIn the absence of agreement about its meaning, the term social is used in many different senses, referring among other things to:* attitudes, orientations or behaviours which take the interests, intentions or needs of other people into… …

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  • 185Social Distortion — Infobox musical artist | Name = Social Distortion Img capt = Background = group or band Alias = Social D Origin = Fullerton, CA, U.S. Instrument = Genre = Punk rock Hardcore punk Alternative rock [ [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg token …

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  • 186Social Creed (Methodist) — The Social Creed originated to express Methodism s outrage over the miserable lives of the millions of workers in factories, mines, mills, tenements and company towns.cite web|url = http://archives.umc.org/interior.asp?ptid=16 mid=5425| title =… …

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  • 187Social productivity — The term social is derived from the Latin word socius , which as a noun means an associate, ally, companion, business partner or comrade . The adjectival form socialis refers to a bond between people (such as marriage) or to their collective or… …

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  • 188Social construct theory of ADHD — Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is listed as a developmental, neurobehavioural disorder, widely recognized by the medical and scientific community as causing impairment, especially in children. Still, scientists can t conclusively …

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  • 189Social Democratic Party (UK) — This is about the UK Social Democratic Party which existed between 1981 and 1988. For other UK parties of this name see Social Democratic Party. Infobox Historic Political Party party name= Social Democratic Party party articletitle= Social… …

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  • 190Life insurance — The foundation of life insurance is the recognition of the value of a human life and the possibility of indemnification for the loss of that value. F. C. Oviatt, Economic place of insurance and its relation to society[1] Life insurance is a… …

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  • 191Social ecological model — The Social Ecological Model, also called Social Ecological Perspective, is a framework to examine the multiple effects and interrelatedness of social elements in an environment. SEM can provide a theoretical framework to analyze various contexts… …

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  • 192Social phobia — DiseaseDisorder infobox Name = Social phobias ICD10 = ICD10|F|40|1|f|40, ICD10|F|93|2|f|90 ICD9 = ICD9|300.23 Social phobia (DSM IV 300.23), also known as social anxiety disorder [ [http://www.webmd.com/anxiety panic/guide/mental health social… …

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  • 193Social issues in Germany — The German social market economy ( soziale Marktwirtschaft ) was the economic policy ever since the Federal Republic of West Germany was founded in 1948. This policy brought about the economic miracle that rebuilt Germany from scratch after World …

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  • 194Social disorganization theory — In sociology, the Social Disorganization Theory was one of the most important theories developed by the Chicago School, related to ecological theories.William Isaac Thomas and Florian ZnanieckiThomas and Znaniecki (1918 1920) introduced the idea… …

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  • 195Social vulnerability — Research on social vulnerability to date has stemmed from a variety of fields in the natural and social sciences. Each field has defined the concept differently, manifest in a host of definitions and approaches (Blaikie, Cannon et al. 1994;… …

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  • 196Social dreaming — articleissues orphan=July 2008 do attempt=July 2008 wikify=July 2008 refimprove=July 2008 cleanup=July 2008 Social dreaming is a method for identifying the cultural knowledge and scientific method deployed in the dream not the oedipal issues… …

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  • 197Social actions — In sociology, social actions refer to any action that takes into account the actions and reactions of other individuals and is modified based on those events. Social action is a concept developed by Max Weber that explores interaction between… …

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  • 198Social Credit candidates, 1953 Manitoba provincial election — The Manitoba Social Credit Party ran 43 candidates in the 1953 Manitoba election, two of whom were elected. Some of these candidates are individual biography pages. Information about others may be found here. The 1953 Manitoba election was… …

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  • 199social — socially, adv. socialness, n. /soh sheuhl/, adj. 1. pertaining to, devoted to, or characterized by friendly companionship or relations: a social club. 2. seeking or enjoying the companionship of others; friendly; sociable; gregarious. 3. of,… …

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  • 200life-history — An ideographic approach which provides an intensive account of a life, usually gathered through unstructured interviewing , but often also involving the analysis of personal documents such as letters, photographs, and diaries. The approach is… …

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