social process

  1. the means by which culture and social organization change or are preserved.

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How to use social process in a sentence

  • Here is a summary of that conflict which Professor Small declares "is to the social process what friction is to mechanics."

  • Education is a social process, impossible—in any human degree—among detached individuals.

    Concerning Children | Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  • Modern production is already very largely a collective and social process.

  • What your grandfather calls our 'shadows' are the waste products of the social process.

    Fraternity | John Galsworthy
  • This reduction appears to be an abstraction; but it is an abstraction which takes place daily in the social process of production.