Words nearby sociology
OTHER WORDS FROM sociologyso·ci·ol·o·gist, noun
Examples from the Web for sociologist
I talked with Hilary Levey Friedman, a sociologist and author of Playing to Win: Raising Children in a Competitive Culture.
The sociologist Michael Mann called this process by which wars create larger and more productive societies “caging.”
As the 19th-century German sociologist Max Weber said, what good is the best social policy if the Cossacks are coming?Why Democracy Will Struggle In The Arab World In 2014|Balint Szlanko|January 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Perec used to do market research (like his protagonists in Things) and was friendly with the sociologist Henri Lefebvre.
And sociologist Pierre Bourdieu was a scientist who really looked into poverty and inequalities in France.
But if I'm anything I'm a sociologist, and my business is to make experiments.The Coryston Family|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Multitudes of times, as a sociologist, or as a literary man in search of realism, he had visited the haunts of the under-man.Ben Blair|Will Lillibridge
"You will always be a fool," said my friend, the sociologist, getting up and walking away.Whirligigs|O. Henry
Many of the Border feuds present features of great interest alike to the sociologist and the historian.Border Raids and Reivers|Robert Borland
The chemist who otherwise bases his account of a reaction is wrong; the sociologist who denies it Nature will deny.Woman and Womanhood|C. W. Saleeby
British Dictionary definitions for sociologist
Derived forms of sociologysociological (ˌsəʊsɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl), adjectivesociologically, adverbsociologist, noun
Scientific definitions for sociologist
Cultural definitions for sociologist
The systematic study of human society, especially present-day societies. Sociologists study the organization, institutions, and development of societies, with a particular interest in identifying causes of the changing relationships among individuals and groups. (See social science.)