sociopsychological


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sociopsychological

(sō′sē-ō-sī′kə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, -shē-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to social psychology.
2. Of, relating to, or combining social and psychological factors.
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In what follows, I first elaborate this theoretical approach, after which I discuss in turn key geopolitical, juridicial, and sociopsychological determinants of irregularity in Canada.
Future research should thus focus more on how NGOs change and on their diversity, for example, by identifying effects on the NGOs organizational and sociopsychological structures, as is proposed here.
1) The sociopsychological results of predatory colonialism have generally become the major focus for historians, anthropologists, and literary critics.
This editorial is an attempt to begin a discourse toward integrating new etiological research findings with sociopsychological theories of engagement in behaviors that have negative health and social outcomes.
Analyzing the sociopsychological particularities of the women offenders of this type, there is obvious a cynical attitude towards life, health, the dignity of other people, consumerism attitude towards property, neglecting the social order.
The group dynamics approach: A sociopsychological approach for testing the effect of discovery and expository teaching on the science achievement of young Egyptian students.
Such methods might appear to be interpretive in that they explicate the potential for negotiation of multiple meanings in a social scene, but, because of the close-ended survey method used, would actually constitute a sociopsychological, postpositivist approach where an effect of communication is measured to understand some sort of truth about an individual's social world.
That exploration of the sociocultural function of the musical arts and the sociopsychological function of music in all its settings and expression reveals a remarkable side to the nature of the Greek spirit in individuals and communal assemblies.
Therefore, such a priori ascriptions pose a major limitation to all contemporary sociopsychological research.
This mode can not only approximate a literary or intellectual production in a comprehensive manner, but it can also approximate the complexities of the creative consciousness as it operates in the given conditions; the sociopsychological and cultural pressures that implicitly or explicitly impinge on the linguistic dimension, which ultimately remains the sole medium of textual construction, and, of course, primary domain of the non-Aristotelian mode.
The information regarding various sociopsychological variables was gathered through multi-item scales employed in the past studies.
Which sociopsychological conditions could be expected to contribute to the dissolution of these patterns of perception?