[soh-see-uh-loj-i-kuh l or soh-see-uh-loj-ik; soh-shee-]
- of, relating to, or characteristic of sociology and its methodology.
- dealing with social questions or problems, especially focusing on cultural and environmental factors rather than on psychological or personal characteristics: a sociological approach to art.
- organized into a society; social.
Origin of sociological
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Examples from the Web for sociological
That is a distinction with a sociological difference—for many, an uncomfortable one to consider.No Gods, No Cops, No Masters
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The sociological phenomenon at play here exhibits all the historical tendencies of “scapegoating.”Why Do We Hate Hipsters So F'ing Much?
July 13, 2014
This may account for the sociological undercurrent of his work.To Dream a Dream: Georges Perec’s Night Visions
December 26, 2013
But when she takes on the rock scene, she manages to catch all the sociological dissonance and subtle countermelodies.What are the Best Novels on Music?
October 19, 2013
The rift might happen now or later, but it will happen, because the underlying reason is not political but sociological.Israel’s Religious Zionist Vs. Ultra-Orthodox Rift
Rabbi Daniel Landes
February 7, 2013
Sociological Papers of the Sociological Society, 1904, p. 35.The Task of Social Hygiene
He's an Arpalone, you know; not a sociological anthropologist.The Galaxy Primes
Edward Elmer Smith
Theology, the science of religion, has sociological implications.
Heredity is as important in sociological study as environment.
It is the very essence of the sociological method to be comparative.Introduction to the Science of Sociology
Robert E. Park
Word Origin and History for sociological
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