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- adjective Of or involving both social and cultural factors.
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- adjective Of or relating to both
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- adjective relating to both social and cultural matters
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67The persistence of * - kula initiation among Northeast-Coastal Bantu speakers as well as other Kaskazi language subgroups thus represents a continuity in sociocultural practice.
14In addition to subsistence practices, they likely shared commonalities in sociocultural institutions and worldviews likewise inherited from Mashariki and Kaskazi forebears.
52Though the significance of a child's father's matrilineage may have grown in sociocultural importance in East Ruvu communities, it did not supplant the predominance of one's mother's matrilineal * - kolo.
Within specific setting conditions such as sociocultural pressures to be thin and a driven and perfectionist personality, the limbic system imbalance may be triggered by such factors as puberty, dieting, weight loss, and various stressors.
These partnerships have given rise to a range of diverse educational initiatives, such as sociocultural studies and activities to promote creativity, reading, social integration, the use of new technology, seminars, conferences, summer schools, and sharing experiences, publications or campaigns to raise awareness about the prevention of racism and violence.
There are also other sociocultural barriers that make health services "unfriendly" to poor and vulnerable households in addition to misconceptions about the safety of vaccination.
And now those outlets are considered serious, respected news sources despite little change from their previous M.O. At the same time, the use of the web as a serious lobbying and news platform has in turn transformed what was just a blind sociocultural palette into a more focused outlet of information.
The focus was on well-being and a positive healthy lifestyle as well as to impart awareness and knowledge about biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects of body weight.
Despite burgeoning sociocultural diversity, many early childhood classrooms (pre-K to grade 2) offer a one-size-fits-all curriculum in which learning is too often assessed by standardized tests.
The specific challenges and processes of the sociocultural, academic, cognitive, and linguistic dimensions of the CLD student biography are explored in the text.