American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Involving both social and political factors.
- adj. alternative spelling of socio-political.
“Besides, if you really are most interested in sociopolitical or moral interrogation in the first place, why spend your time trying to whip poems and novels into some suitably discursive shape?”
“But does the show also contain sociopolitical undertones intended to demonstrate to mainstream audiences that a “my two dads” scenario in which a committed gay couple raising a child together – while saving the world from evil in the process, nonetheless – is perfectly acceptable in this day and age?”
“I’m sure there are certain sociopolitical elements that we don’t get – the relationship between Botswana and South Africa, for example, but it is a fun series, and Mma Ramotswe’s concept of what constitutes justice and appropriate punishment is fluid and original.”
“You tell us you've got hold of The Truth that will call the sociopolitical game [Orch-OR].”
“The idea seemed to be that tattered jeans were somehow redolent with realness, or even a kind of sociopolitical cachet.”
“Actually, it purports to look at the science, and merely caricatures the "sociopolitical" controversy.”
“As a phenomenon, as a certain kind of sociopolitical force and laboratory, it's endlessly compelling to contemplate and write about," he said.”
“sociopolitical" issue that it will take 20 years of debate before anything can happen, because there is a "disproportionate amount of control" on conservation action.”
“Much evidence from our Faith Matters surveys confirms that on many different issues, both sociopolitical (e.g., abortion) and religious (e.g., importance of religion in their personal lives), evangelicals and nones are polar opposites.”
“I'm just trying to keep the ball in the air in this very sociopolitical economic climate.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sociopolitical’.
Looking for tweets for sociopolitical.