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  • 1social manners — courtesies dictated by society, way of acting that is expected in a certain society …

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  • 2Social class — Sociology …

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  • 3Social graces — are skills used to interact politely in social situations. They include manners, etiquette, deportment and fashion. Traditionally, these skills were taught primarily to young women at a finishing school or charm school. The popularity of social… …

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  • 4Social capital — is a concept in business, economics, organizational behaviour, political science, public health, sociology and natural resources management that refers to connections within and between social networks. Though there are a variety of related… …

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  • 5Social thought — provides general theories to explain actions and behavior of society as a whole, encompassing sociological, political, and philosophical ideas. Social theory is used to make distinctions and generalizations among different types of societies, and …

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  • 6manners — [n] polite, refined social behavior amenities, bearing, behavior, breeding, carriage, ceremony, civilities, comportment, conduct, courtesy, culture, decorum, demeanor, deportment, dignity, elegance, etiquette, formalities, good breeding, good… …

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  • 7manners — external behavior (especially polite behavior) in social intercourse, late 14c., plural of MANNER (Cf. manner). Under bad manners, as under graver faults, lies very commonly an overestimate of our special individuality, as distinguished from our… …

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  • 8Manners — For other uses, see Manners (disambiguation). Manners Makyth Man : the motto of New College School, Oxford In sociology, manners are the unenforced standards of conduct which demonstrate that a person is proper, polite, and refined. They are like …

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  • 9manners, comedy of — ▪ narrative genre       witty, cerebral form of dramatic comedy that depicts and often satirizes the manners and affectations of a contemporary society. A comedy of manners is concerned with social usage and the question of whether or not… …

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  • 10manners — Synonyms and related words: action, actions, activity, acts, address, affectation, air, amenities, bearing, behavior, behavior pattern, behavioral norm, behavioral science, bienseance, bon ton, carriage, civilities, civility, comity, comportment …

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  • 11social grace — Synonyms and related words: affability, amenities, amiability, civilities, civility, clubbability, clubbishness, clubbism, comity, communicativeness, companionability, compatibility, congeniality, convention, courtesy, courtliness, decencies,… …

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  • 12Social class in the United States — A monument to the working and supporting classes along Market Street in the heart of San Francisco s Financial District Income in the United States Affluence in the …

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  • 13manners — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. pl. conduct, behavior, deportment; courtesy, politeness. See fashion. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Personal behavior] Syn. conduct, deportment, bearing; see behavior 1 . 2. [Polite behavior] Syn. etiquette …

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  • 14social — so|cial1 [ souʃl ] adjective *** 1. ) relating to activities that involve being with other people, especially activities that you do for pleasure: a social activity/engagement/get together social contact: The worst thing about working at home is… …

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  • 15social — I UK [ˈsəʊʃ(ə)l] / US [ˈsoʊʃ(ə)l] adjective *** 1) a) relating to society and to people s lives in general They try to address social problems such as unemployment and poor health. social justice: The interests of big companies are rarely… …

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  • 16social — 1 adjective 1 SOCIETY concerning human society and its organization, or the quality of people s lives: Various social issues, such as unemployment and education, were discussed. | social trends | demands for social change 2 RANK related to the… …

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  • 17Social structure of Britain — The social structure of Britain has clearly changed with the centuries and it is difficult to adequately discuss the topic in a single article. However, there are specific class names, castes, and categories that are helpful to define.General… …

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  • 18Social class in Haiti — HistoryAs a result of the extinction of the indigenous population by the beginning of the seventeenth century, the population of pre independence Saint Domingue (present day Haiti) was entirely the product of the French colonists slaveholding… …

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  • 19social status — Relative rank that an individual holds, with attendant rights, duties, and lifestyle, in a social hierarchy based on honour and prestige. Status is often ascribed on the basis of sex, age, family relationships, and birth, placing one into a… …

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  • 20Social Affairs Unit — The Social Affairs Unit is a right leaning think tank in the United Kingdom.Though always an independent institute, it was founded in 1980 as a charity [http://www.charity commission.gov.uk/registeredcharities/showcharity.asp?chyno=281530 Social… …

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