Social context is how the people surrounding something affect and interpret something, and historical context is the broader cultural environment of a topic or piece, which includes how time affects the importance of som... More »

Social criticism appears in many media, with art, music, literature and academics often being the most conspicuous sources. Among the most famous literary works of social criticism are George Orwell's "Animal Farm," Char... More »

The sociological imagination is the ability for someone to connect personal experiences to society at large and to historical forces. The sociological imagination allows a person to question customs, rituals or habits. 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 »

Because Social Studies is such a broad topic, worksheets can include topics such as geography, economics and history. Good worksheets often require students not only to interpret charts, but to infer information from pic... More »

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Words forms are the different ways a word can exist in the context of a language. Many words exist as nouns, verbs or adjectives and change when prefixes or suffixes are added. More »

Social intelligence is a person's ability to understand and get along with other people. It is often colloquially referred to as people skills, and it often involves the ability to act differently in various social situa... More »