Macrosociology

Macrosociology is an approach to sociology which emphasizes the analysis of social systems and populations on a large scale, at the level of social structure, and often at a necessarily high level of theoretical abstraction. Microsociology, by contrast, focuses on the individual social agency. Macrosociology also concerns individuals, families, an...
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macrosociology

(from the article `social structure`) Only a few sociologists have developed structural theories that apply to institutions and whole societies—an approach known as macrosociology. ...
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Macrosociology

The study of large-scale groups, organizations or social systems.
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