Did you perchance mean sociocultural?
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“Mr. Ferguson does not claim that the six-app software will work with all socio-cultural hardware.”
“In addition, it is recognized that the categories of the race item include both racial and national origin or socio-cultural groups.”
“In addition, it is recognized that the categories of the race item include racial and national origin or socio-cultural groups.”
“It is a socio-cultural and political identifier as well as an ethnicity.”
“Finally, Sobrino discusses the socio-cultural vulnerability that accompanied the earthquake: the questions that natural disasters raise about guilt, truth, and God.”
“To be sure, this legislation is no panacea for the difficulties facing Latin American societies, which require profound political and socio-cultural reforms over many years that involve not only governments but every sector of society.”
“As an active participant in Die Brücke as well as Die Blaue Reiter and a professor at the Bauhaus, Feininger played a vital role in cultural history of the 20th century as a socio-cultural aggregator.”
“This being so, they would argue, why try to change things like power dynamics just out of a sense of socio-cultural guilt?”
“As I've mentioned, most of women's sexual problems are not caused by a physical medical condition but are the result of socio-cultural issues.”
“Of all the socio-cultural "by-products" we've become accustomed to in a Facebook, Twitter and reality TV world, few touch our lives as regularly as the marriage of pop culture and food.”
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