Connection; participation; partnership.
A number of persons associated for any temporary or permanent object; an association for mutual or joint usefulness, pleasure, or profit; a social union; a partnership; as, a missionary society.
Specifically, the more cultivated portion of any community in its social relations and influences; those who mutually give receive formal entertainments.
Individuals and groups that share a common culture within a well-defined geographic territory.
All the classes of people living in a particular community or country.
The common entity of people within a political region
A broad term encompassing the religious, cultural, political, economic and kinship aspects of a group of people.
Materials about the communities, nations, or broad groupings of people having common traditions, institutions, and collective activities and interests. Includes materials about family, home life, trends, fashion, socio-economic-political problems and movements, anthropology and archaeology, ethnography, social groups, ethnic and minority groups, etc. Includes materials on genocide (e.g., the Holocaust). For materials about religious practice and mythology, select instead Religion and philosophy.
people living together as a group with the same way of life BACK
A company of soldiers who work together regularly in a district, without an officer, but with the approval of the divisional commander.
is a number of people who voluntarily group together for a common purpose. A society may be incorporated under the Incorporated Societies Act 1908, and then becomes a separate â€˜legalâ€(tm) person or body (see â€˜incorporatedâ€(tm)).
A group of individuals exhibiting intelligence interacting among them through social actions.
a group of interacting people who share a geographical region, a sense of common identity, and a common culture.
People, Religion, Issues...
The organizations, institutions, and collective patterns of human relations. “Society” includes government, education systems, the civil sector, health systems, volunteer organizations, patterns of crime, history, tradition, culture, and any other aspect of human life on earth that relates primarily to how we live and cooperate together in social groups.
an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization
a collection of people that bond together for the greater good of all
a collection of sub groups like a school
a dynamic and vivid concentration of different groups
a form of social organization that learns, teaches and transmits information within the biological media of the species
a group of beings distinguishable from other groups by mutual interests, characteristic
a group of communities that may not be related in the tribal sense
a group of human beings with a set of like characteristics, including mutual interests, relationships within the group, shared institutions, hierarchies, regulations, cultural traditions, and codes of honor, conduct, morality and ethics
a group of humans that form a semi-closed system , in which most interactions are with other people belonging to the group
a group of humans that form a semi-closedsystem, in which most interactions are with other people belonging tothe group
a group of NPCs running any particular tradeskill instance
a group of people banding together for some shared intellectual pursuit
a group of people banned together in survival, and some have proven more efficient than others
a group of people held together by a system of common rules, expectations and duties
a group of people living or working together
a group of people living together - and should not be viewed as anything more
a group of people living together in a community or country
a group of people organized for some common purpose
a group of people, other animals and/or plants and the interactions of those things
a group of people that form a semi-closed system , inwhich most interactions are with other individuals belonging to the group
a group of people that (to some extent) have chosen to live together with some organization and cohesion
a group of people who accept a degree of loss of freedom of action in order to provide stability for all
a group of people who do agree on such opinions and choices
a group of people who form a semi-closed system
a group of people who live in a particular territory, are subject to a common system of political authority, and share a common culture
a group of people who work together towards a common goal
a group of persons bound together organically by a principle of unity that goes beyond each one of them
a group of students that share a common interest
a group of unequal beings organized to meet common needs
a group who are in mutual interaction (the property that runs through all the defs
a mix of psychological states and social organizations
a network of individuals, or a system of relationships, not a purposive group of individuals
a network of relationships between people
a nexus with social order
an organized group working together for a common interest
a normal social condition based upon interaction, whether positive or negative, between two or more human beings
a number of people acting together in a spirit of mutual dependency
a number of people held together because they are working along common lines, in a common spirit, and with common aims
a number of persons united together by mutual consent, in order to deliberate, determine, and act jointly for some common purpose
a number of persons united together by mutual consent, in order to deliberate, determine, and a SODOMITE
a people with a common culture
a self-perpetuating human grouping occupying a particular territory with its own distinctive culture and institutions
a self-reproducing grouping of individual s occupying a particular territory , which may have its own distinctive culture and institutions
A group of human beings, broadly described as being separate from other groups by mutual interests, beliefs, and common cultural bonds.
A community, nation, or broad grouping of people having common traditions, institutions, and collective activities and interests.
The body of institutions and relationships within which a relatively large group of people live; a system of common life.
A group of people who occupy a particular territory and speak a common language and share a common culture.
A group of people who occupy a particular territory and speak a common language not generally understood by neighboring peoples.
The organization of a group of individuals with traditions that have evolved into a culture. Society maintains itself by providing rules of behavior for the individuals within it called "norms." Our society includes government, economy, and class structure.
From the standpoint of communication, every social structure can be seen as an interplay of discourse and dialogue. Because society, viewed in this light, is a web whose function is to produce and pass on information so that it can be stored in memories.
an organisation of people who group together on the basis of common aims, beliefs, interests, or occupation
A large social grouping that shares the same geographical territory and is subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations.
A society is a grouping of individuals, which is characterized by common interest and may have distinctive culture and institutions. In a society members can be from a different ethnic group. A "Society" may refer to a particular people, such as the Nuer, to a nation state, such as Switzerland, or to a broader cultural group, such as Western society.
Society is a scientific journal founded in 1962 dealing with discussions and research findings in the social sciences and public policy. The journal is published by Transaction Publishers and was previously titled Transaction: Social Science and Modern SOCIETY.