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of or relating to the structure, organization, or functioning of society

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relating to human society and its members

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to grades K-8), on societally relevant Earth science topics including:
Research on the practises and social representations surrounding societally contested intergroup issues provides a key resource for the identification of legitimizing myths (McCreanor, 1997; Van Dijk, 1991, 1993).
Occupying the opposite end of the spectrum is the self-loathing Leo (Ray Panthaki), the dark-featured, fiercely societally conscious clubber who ends up sharing Stephen's bed--and venting an anti-Giuliani broadside that, in the present climate, some ands may find tough to take.
Pacifists are parasites because, while basking in the security which only societally sanctioned violence can provide, they refuse to support that violence and actually denounce it.
In repeating this accusation Wharton appears to have accepted the medical professions' tendency in the modern era to perceive that ailments are caused by complex interactions among biological and social phenomenan, but to place the responsibility for overcoming these societally created diseases on the shoulders of individual sufferers.
Even though most professionals believe addiction is a disease or disorder, societally, we respond to it chiefly as a crime.
Play and leisure for Gleason's purposes are always tightly controlled by centralized social engineering of a benign sort that seeks to enfold ever-changing ideals of personal freedom and bodily health within societally approved forms and norms.
While his quest shows him at last that all Yugoslavs share one ur-root transcending the societally imposed walls that separate them, the discovery of his Serb origins initially threatens his identity.
Despite the continued consolidation nationally and regionally, Bradbury says he considers the trend to be an experiment that "hasn't proven to be the societally optimal structure.
International contexts give us needed opportunities to grow, and to examine and reflect on issues that challenge us personally, professionally, and societally.
The Centers for Disease Control, which has called lead poisoning the "most common and societally devastating environmental disease of young children," has issued guidelines supporting universal lead testing of all children, regardless of risk factors.
In the interconnected family, when a son or daughter does not leave home at the societally prescribed time, the parents can be "left with a sense of strain and personal failure" (Hagestad & Neugarten, 1985, p.
Widespread public discussion of the value and consequences of individual decisions would proceed without any societally imposed restrictions on individual choice.
One consistent pattern did emerge though, one which I believe is directly related to societally learned gender traits, female students who did the assignment outnumbered the male students by an overwhelming percentage.
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