of, relating to, or signifying the combination or interaction of social and cultural elements.
- so·ci·o·cul·tur·al·ly, adverb
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How to use sociocultural in a sentence
In the 1990s, scientists often attributed such differences to gender rather than sex—to norms, roles, relationships, behaviors, and other sociocultural factors as opposed to biological differences in the immune system.The quest to show that biological sex matters in the immune system | Sandeep Ravindran | August 15, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
Louis Herns Marcelin, a sociocultural anthropologist who is currently studying migration from Haiti and is the Director of Global Health Studies at the University of Miami, expects a growing number of Haitians to attempt to emigrate by sea.The U.S. Coast Guard Is Rescuing Haitian Migrants at Sea in Record Numbers | Jasmine Aguilera | June 23, 2022 | TIme
Already, Sanchez-Vives and her team are gearing up to use novel immersive VR scenarios to target other sociocultural contributors to domestic violence.Virtual Reality Could Help Stop Domestic Abuse Against Women | Dinsa Sachan, Knowable Magazine | October 18, 2021 | The Daily Beast
In 2002, the sociocultural anthropologist Jean-Pierre Rossie traveled to the Anti-Atlas Mountains in Southwestern Morocco to study children’s play habits.Toys Are the Future of Philosophy - Issue 93: Forerunners | Jonathon Keats | December 9, 2020 | Nautilus