Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As regards sociology; with reference to sociology.
- adv. In reference to sociology.
- adv. with regard to sociology
- sociological + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Short term sociologically blinkered benefits, usually, driven by selfishness, greed and a loss of respect for Nature.”
“The distinction is that adaptation is applied to organic modifications which are transmitted biologically; while accommodation is used with reference to changes in habit, which are transmitted, or may be transmitted, sociologically, that is, in the form of social tradition.”
“What could explain this first aftershock sociologically?”
“It feels Capitol Hill today has sociologically regressed into a segregationist atmosphere.”
“I treated the question biologically, psychologically, and sociologically.”
“At the same time, sociologically and psychologically there should be more to it than a simple match-up of skill.”
“I bled and kept a stiff upper lip while she categorized my experience as sociologically relevant but ultimately gross”
“In 1988, new, sociologically trained polling organizations began taking nationally representative surveys of the Soviet—and more often Russian—population.”
“In that, speaking sociologically, the prosperity gospel is closer to the empirical facts than a romantic idea of the noble poor -- a notion reminiscent of another romantic fiction, the noble savage.”
“DataDyne and Dimagi: These two mobile health experts recently launched "Coded in Country", an initiative to ensure that know-how on software development for the health sector will be locally developed around the world -- instead of imported in the form of expensive tech consultants -- and that new programs will be culturally and sociologically relevant, designed with local knowledge.”
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