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Krackhardt E/I Ratio
The Krackhardt E/I Ratio (or variously the E-I Index) is a social network measure which the relative density of internal connectio...
Journal of Social History
The Journal of Social History  DisciplineSocial historyLanguageEnglishPublication detailsHistory1967–presentPublisherGeorge ...
Journal of Mundane Behavior
Journal of Mundane Behavior  DisciplineSociologyLanguageEnglishEdited byScott SchafferPublication detailsHistory2000–20...
Job title inflation
Phenomenon of increasingly grandiose job titles in organisations Poo-bah (right), in the comic opera The Mikado, holds many grand...
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Informal social control
Informal social control, or the reactions of individuals and groups that bring about conformity to norms and laws, includes peer a...
Index of Spousal Abuse
The Index of Spousal Abuse (ISA) is a 30-item self-report scale developed to measure the severity of physical and non-physical ag...
Grave candle with flowersA grave candle, grave lantern, death candle or a death lantern is a type of candle or lantern, which is...
This article is about the form of address. For other uses, see The Good Wife (disambiguation).Goodwife (Scots: Guidwife), usually ...
This article is about the concept in sociology. For the concept in linguistics, see Functional structuralism (linguistics).Functio...
Focal socialisation agency
Focal socialisation agency (or focal socialization agency) in sociology is the name given to the agency which is most influential ...
A floodgate effect is situation in which a small action can result in a far greater effect with no easily discernible limit. The ...
Family Re-Union is an annual conference, hosted by former Vice President of the United States Al Gore and Tipper Gore, in Nashvil...
European decency threshold
The Social Charter initially defined what many UK campaigning groups termed the Council of Europe decency threshold in the 1960s a...
Ellis Island Special
family names changed in U.S. immigration, often at Ellis IslandAn Ellis Island Special is a family name that is perceived or label...
In sociology, elite religion is defined as the symbols, rituals and beliefs which are recognized as legitimate by the leadership o...
Elisionism is a philosophical standpoint encompassing various social theories. Elisionist theories are diverse; however, they are ...
In geography and urban planning, elbow roomers are people who leave a city for the countryside to seek more land and greater freed...
Early modern demography
Early modern demography is the demography of the world after the end of the medieval period, encompassing the whole of the Early m...
Religious merchandise in Lourdes, France Religious merchandise near the Sanctuary of Fátima, Portugal Religious merchandise i...
For other uses, see Denunciation (disambiguation). A "Lions Mouth" postbox for anonymous denunciations at the Doges Palace in Ven...
Definition of the situation
The definition of the situation is a fundamental concept in symbolic interactionism advanced by the American sociologist W. I. T...
Deep voice privilege
Deep voice privilege is the social privilege gained by those with a deep voice.A study found a correlation between voice pitch, sa...
Culture code is a key method developed by Clotaire Rapaille to understanding the type of culture, unique cultural features encoded...
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