social circumstances

social circumstances

A set of concepts that results from or is influenced by criteria or activities associated with the social environment of a person.
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Of what a man, under given social circumstances, could say, no person living knew less.
We do not with sufficient plainness or sufficient profoundness address ourselves to life, nor dare we chaunt our own times and social circumstance.
The Federation of BiH will continue, through its institutional and legislative framework, and through the promotion of democratic and civilized awareness of the irreplaceable role of women in society, to work to systematically improve the social circumstances of our mothers, wives, sisters and daughters
The economic and social circumstances of our nation are sufficiently dishonourable to convince anyone that human life must have more majestic, collective and ethical purposes of justice than this.
She explained that the government alone will not be able to enhance the financial and social circumstances, but through the cooperation and participation of civil society organisations.
LOW pay and poor social circumstances play a bigger role in premature death than sedentary desk jobs, a study found.
Our call is for the whole of government to unite in efforts to support the elderly and to help them cope with the challenges created by their age, poverty and other negative social circumstances,' said Bawagan, pointing out that the first week of October was designated as Elderly Filipino Week.
These social investments will benefit vulnerable population groups, such as dependent or sick persons, the elderly, persons with disabilities, children, young persons, and adults in difficult social circumstances.
Applications are graded on a points system factoring in a family's finances, assets and social circumstances.
The looked for reports document the social circumstances people lived, their political point of views and reactions towards the occupation, revolutionary movement and government decisions.
The Housing Ministry offers three housing residential programs: residential units program, aid program and loans program, in accordance with laws that take into account the living and social circumstances of various segments of society.
He explains how religion is an adaptation to changing social circumstances and discusses conceptual tools to understand the origins of religion, particularly Jaynes' theory of bicameralism, which proposes that self-talk is rooted in the brain's two hemispheres, and as language developed, the right hemisphere began to speak to the left.