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  • 1 Social Darwinism — is a term commonly used for theories of society that emerged in England and the United States in the 1870s, seeking to apply the principles of Darwinian evolution to sociology and politics.[1] It especially refers to notions of struggle for… …

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  • 2 Social 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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  • 3 Social unit — is a term used in sociology, anthropology, ethnology, and also in animal behaviour studies, zoology and biology to describe an social entity which is part of, and particpates in, a larger social group, or society. Dimitrie Gusti defined that… …

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  • 4 Sympathy — is a social affinity in which one person stands with another person, closely understanding his or her feelings. The word derives from the Greek συμπάθεια ( sympatheia ) [ [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi… …

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  • 5 Social structure — is a term frequently used in sociology and social theory yet rarely defined or clearly conceptualised (Abercrombie, et al., 2000; Jary Jary 1991). In a general sense, the term can refer to: * entities or groups in definite relation to each other …

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  • 6 Social choice theory — is a theoretical framework for measuring individual interests, values, or welfares as an aggregate towards collective decision. A non theoretical example of a collective decision is passing a set of laws under a constitution. Social choice theory …

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  • 7 Social 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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  • 8 Social effect of evolutionary theory — The social effects of evolutionary thought have been considerable. As the scientific explanation of life s diversity has developed, it has often displaced alternative, sometimes very widely held, explanations. Because the theory of evolution… …

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  • 9 Social customs of Jats — The social customs of Jats are those of Vedic Aryans. All Jats, irrespective of their official or financial positions in life, have equal social status. The only criterion of superiority is age. The Jats are required to marry within their… …

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  • 10 Social welfare function — In economics a social welfare function can be defined as a real valued function that ranks conceivable social states (alternative complete descriptions of the society) from lowest on up as to welfare of the society. Inputs of the function include …

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  • 11 Social liberalism — Liberalism …

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  • 12 Social rejection — Silent treatment redirects here. For other uses, see Silent treatment (disambiguation). Psychology …

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  • 13 Social 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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  • 14 social capital — noun a) The good will, sympathy, and connections created by social interaction within and between social networks. If [the individual] comes into contact with his neighbor, and they with other neighbors, there will be accumulation of social… …

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  • 15 Extended sympathy — in welfare economics refers to interpersonal value judgments of the form that social state x for person A is ranked better than, worse than, or as good as social state y for person B (Arrow, 1963, pp. 114 15). (For example: better your marginal… …

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  • 16 European Social Forum — The European Social Forum (ESF) is an annual conference held by members of the alter globalization movement (also known as the Global Justice Movement). It aims to allow social movements, trade unions, NGOs, refugees, peace and anti imperial… …

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  • 17 Women's Social and Political Union — The Women s Social and Political Union (WSPU) was the leading militant organisation campaigning for Women s suffrage in the United Kingdom. It was the first group whose members were known as suffragettes .Formation The WSPU was founded at the… …

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  • 18 Letters Written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark — Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark (1796) is a deeply personal travel narrative by the eighteenth century British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft. The twenty five letters cover a wide range of topics, from… …

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  • 19 Lesbian and gay topics and Judaism — LGBT topics and Judaism redirects here. For transgender topics in Judaism, see Transgenderism and religion#Judaism. The subject of homosexuality in Judaism dates back to the Torah, in the books of Bereshit and Vayiqra. Bereshit (Genesis) treats… …

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  • 20 Altruism — • A term formed by Auguste Comte in 1851, to denote the benevolent, as contrasted with the selfish propensities Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Altruism     Altruism      …

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