How to use Social-group in a sentence
The interpretation which Isaiah puts on this fact depends on the circumstance that at that date religion had never been conceived as a relation between God and individuals, or as a relation between God and a purely spiritual society, but always as a relation between a deity and some natural social group - a stock, a tribe, a nation.
As such there is a tendency to see each social group as a self-contained entity only explicable in its own terms.
It is always far easier to justify stealing from or assaulting someone that exists outside of your social group.
Interest happens to be the income of a social group that has been known from time to time to become particularly parasitic.
It may well be that defining thinking skills in a narrow way often reflects the experience and self-interest of a particular social group.Advertisement
Students were also stratified by gender and social group.
This club is the largest women's social group in the world.
Socialization-The process by which new members of a social group are integrated in the group.
Morality is acting in accordance to what the social group says is right and moral.
This is still moral behavior based on authority, but reflects a shift from the social group to society at large.Advertisement
Individuals in this stage understand that codes of conduct are relative to their social group.
Peer-authority morality is moral conformity based on the conventions and rules of a social group.
Children's concepts of divinity, right and wrong, and who is ultimately responsible for the world's woes are shaped by the family and by the religious social group to which each child belongs.
Peer pressure is the influence of a social group on an individual.
You'll avoid the awkwardness of having to meet his friends and trying to get comfortable in a new social group while you're already trying to get comfortable in a new relationship.Advertisement
Autism is a disorder that knows no bounds, affecting people of every race, ethnicity, and social group in equal measure, but autism does discriminate according to gender, with boys four times more likely to be affected than girls.