Social ramification refers to the consequences of actions in a social setting, toward a particular culture or a change in a person's social status. For example, if a person is rude at a cocktail party, he may not be acce... More »

Social services provides assistance that helps individuals and families, particularly children, achieve physical, mental and emotional wellness. It encompasses a broad range of services, including health care, welfare, s... More »

Social control is a general term used to refer to the societal and political machinations employed to manage individual and group behaviors. Once effectively employed, social control provides conformity and compliance to... More »

Social customs include actions and behaviors that are expected of a particular culture. Social customs may include how a person greets another, makes eye contact, dresses in public and converses in a discussion. Social c... More »

The term "social implications" refers to the effects that the actions of an individual or group have on such variables as the values, demographics or economic condition of an individual, families or a community. Increase... More »

Social studies is important because it teaches students fundamental concepts of culture, economics and politics skills to groom them into educated, productive citizens. Social studies centers around understanding how the... More »

Social context, also called social environment, refers to the settings surrounding individuals, including the culture they live in and groups that they interact with. Social context influences customs, traditions and oth... More »