Society

The concept of society is one of the most important of all sociological notions. A society is a system of structured social relationships connecting people together according to a shared culture. Some societies, like those of hunters and gatherers, are very small, numbering no more than a few dozen people. Others are very large, involving many mill
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society

[n] - the fashionable elite 2. [n] - an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization
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Society

people who interact in a defined territory and share culture
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society

A term for all the classes of people living in a particular community or country. It was whilst the Etruscan kings ruled Rome that the roots of the later Roman constitution and society were laid down. The king was appointed by the Senate, an advisory body of patricians, and his rule was total. He possessed the right of capital punishment and was re
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Society

So·ci'e·ty noun ; plural Societies . [ Latin societas , from socius a companion: confer French société . See Social .] 1. The relationship of men to one another when associated in any way; companionship; fellowship; company. 'Her loved society
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society

noun an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization
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society

beau monde noun the fashionable elite
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Society

• (n.) 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. • (n.) The persons, collectively considered, who live in any region or at any period; any community of individuals who are united together
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society

(from the article `metaphysics`) ...reference to the physical world. It would be interesting to know if an examination of social reality would yield comparable results: whether ... science of human settlements. Ekistics involves the descriptive study of all kinds of human settlements and the formulation of general conclusions ... [1...
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(from the article `Bancroft, Sir Squire`) ...appearance in 1865. He married the theatre manager Marie Effie Wilton in 1867. At the Prince of Wales`s Theatre they produced all the better known ...
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society

society 1. The sum of social relationships among groups of humans or animals. 2. A structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality. 3. The customs of a community and the way it is organized; such as, its class structure. 4. A particular section of a community that is distinguished by particular q
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Society

[play] Society was an 1865 comedy drama by Thomas William Robertson regarded as a milestone in Victorian drama because of its realism in sets, costume, acting and dialogue. Unusually for that time, Robertson both wrote and directed the play, and his innovative writing and stage direction inspired George Bernard Shaw and W. S. Gilbert. ==Ori
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society

A self-sufficient group of individuals living together under common rules of conduct.
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society

The organization of people into communities or groups. Social science, in particular sociology, is the study of human behaviour in a social context, or setting. Various aspects of society are discussed under class, community, culture, kinship, norms, role, socialization, and status
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Society

groups of people living together and sharing similar interests, beliefs and values. Society is often divided into groups of people with lots of ordinary people at the bottom, fewer quite important people in the middle, and a very few very important people at the top. The king would have been the most important of all.
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Society

An organised group of golfers, usually not affiliated to any individual golf course. Members are often drawn from the same workplace, profession, alma mater or other association.
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Society

[journal] Society is a scientific journal that publishes discussions and research findings in the social sciences and public policy. It was founded as Transaction: Social Science and Modern SOCIETY by Irving Louis Horowitz in 1962. It was published by Transaction Publishers for decades before being purchased by Springer. Its chief editor is
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Society

[disambiguation] Society is a grouping of individuals which are united by a network of social relations, traditions and may have distinctive culture and institutions. Society may also refer to: == See also == ...
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Society

[song] `Society` is a 1996 song by the California punk band Pennywise. It was released on the album Full Circle in 1997. Society was featured on the soundtrack for the video game, X games Pro Boarder released in 1998 on PS1. ...
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Society

[film] Society is an American horror film. It was finished in 1989, but not released in the US until 1992. It was Brian Yuzna`s directorial debut and was written by Rick Fry and Woody Keith. The film stars Billy Warlock as Bill Whitney, Devin DeVasquez as Clarissa Carlyn, Evan Richards as Milo and Ben Meyerson as Ferguson. Screaming Mad Geo
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Society

A human society is a group of people involved in persistent interpersonal relationships, or a large social grouping sharing the same geographical or social territory, typically subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations. Human societies are characterized by patterns of relationships (social relations) between indivi
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