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  • noun Plural form of sociologist.

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Examples

  • Socialization is a term sociologists use to describe the collective process involved with shaping and creating society and its individuals therein.

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  • Quantum physicists and astrophysicists should join sociologists in recognizing they are dealing with probabilities among uncertain items rather than certainties among knowns.

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  • In a recent study by sociologists from the Russian Academy of Sciences 'Institute of Philosophy, more than half of all Russians self-flatteringly considered themselves middle class.

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  • But long-range trends in religiosity (the term sociologists use for "depth or intensity of religiousness"), as measured by the National Election Studies polling series on church attendance, do not favor the Republicans.

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  • But long-range trends in religiosity (the term sociologists use for "depth or intensity of religiousness"), as measured by the National Election Studies polling series on church attendance, do not favor the Republicans.

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  • "I wonder if the so-called sociologists have any explanation for it?"

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  • If we were picking names from scratch, though, "sociologists" is exactly what modern economists ought to proudly call ourselves.

    In a Perfect World, I'd Call Myself a Sociologist, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • And I would have no problem calling you and Robin both "sociologists" in the sense that you like to work more in those ethereal regions of economic study.

    In a Perfect World, I'd Call Myself a Sociologist, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • "BFF's" and rabid social network users as "sociologists" (heads up: that term might actually be taken), called their phone's OS "couture software," showed off pics they'd snapped of giant pastrami sandwiches at New York delis and referred to being "hangry," and said things like,

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  • That's why historians and other social scientists such as sociologists study technology.

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