social dynamics

noun Sociology.
the study of social processes, especially social change.
Compare social statics.


Origin:
1835–45

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The social dynamics of play require that players agree to play and not to eat
  one another or fight or try to mate.
The social dynamics of a caucus make it different from a primary.
In addition to different herd social dynamics, several morphological features
  distinguish wood bison from plains bison.
The social dynamics range from high education to rampant mafias to rising
  nationalism to a religious vacuum.
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