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social isolation

noun

, Sociology.
  1. a state or process in which persons, groups, or cultures lose or do not have communication or cooperation with one another, often resulting in open conflict.


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Example Sentences

It’s the social isolation, the loneliness, the changes in their routines.

So the responses “may be very different from those individuals who have experienced chronic social isolation,” he says, such as older people living by themselves.

League and union leaders questioned whether bubbles would be more effective and expressed wariness about putting players and team staffers into such social isolation.

When it came to having stress at work and wrestling with social isolation, “middle managers stood out,” he said.

From Fortune

We're hoping it keeps us relaxed and laughing for however long social isolation lasts.

From Eater

When you suffer from anorexia, you also suffer social isolation.

This causes social isolation and also, makes us a figure of fun to small children.

Such is the state of brutal social isolation which characterizes this community!

That which follows tends to complete the prophet's social isolation.

A tribal spirit intensified by social isolation prompts them to rush to the rescue of the caught rascal of their own race.

It is not impossible that his social isolation contributed much to his success.

Thousands of rural families live lives of almost complete social isolation and lack of contact with neighbors.

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