Social interaction is any act or practice of two or more people that engages both parties in the awareness of the other. Social interaction does not include two parties who merely have each other in a line of sight. More »

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At its essence, social interaction is defined as the manner in which people talk to and interact with one another. Social interaction is dependent upon the societal structure in which the communications occur. More »

The importance of social research is reflected in its ability to provide fact-checked and well-validated answers to questions involving human interactions. Social research replaces the often costly and time-consuming app... More »

Social mobilization is a process that raises awareness and motivates people to demand change or a particular development. It is mostly used by social movements in grassroots groups, governments and political organization... More »

Social order is maintained by people with the greatest political, economic and social resources. According to political theorist Karl Marx, power is unevenly distributed in society, which means that social order is direc... More »

Social cues are verbal or nonverbal indicators that give people an idea of how they are being accepted or rejected in any given situation. Social cues include facial expression, tone of voice, body language, posture, ges... More »

Social diversity is the different ways that make people who they are. Key characteristics that make up social diversity can include ethnicity, race, religion, language and gender. More »