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social environment

noun, Sociology
the environment developed by humans as contrasted with the natural environment; society as a whole, especially in its relation to the individual. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Scientists have often wondered if evidence for nepotism is present in such a complex social environment.
  • Clearly the social environment, the tremendous stress of poverty and social isolation, contributes.
  • We can't do a lot about what people do to themselves other than be encouraging and strive for an inclusive social environment.
  • We created a social environment at the hotel through the five different restaurant experiences.
  • Readjusting to a changing demographic, economic and social environment.
  • Rather, in their particular social environment some level of religiosity is the only option.
  • However, both our genes and the social environment are affected directly by environmental factors.
  • Consuming media in a social environment can mitigate its negative effects.
  • The message is placed in the context of what the rest of the target population's social environment is doing.
  • The transition to a new academic and social environment will challenge every student, no matter how well prepared.

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