sociocultural

[soh-see-oh-kuhl-cher-uhl, soh-shee-]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or signifying the combination or interaction of social and cultural elements.

Origin:
1925–30; socio- + cultural

socioculturally, adverb
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Example sentences
There is surprisingly little evidence for the impact of sociocultural variables on literacy achievement or development.
Wherever there is language, there are different varieties, and each variety carries a history and a sociocultural context.
The appointment is for teaching and research in one of the two disciplinary areas of archaeology or sociocultural anthropology.
She had been living there, well aware of the sociocultural influences that traveled both ways between natives and outsiders.
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