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- Sociology : Social science that studies human social behavior or social relations, social institutions and structures, demography, public opinion, social welfare, social psychology and some forms of political behavior, as well as the history of sociology.
- gender: Gender is most often attributed to human beings or mammals as a dynamic, complex aggregate of learned behaviors and social or cultural constructs. Gender is distinguished from physiological and reproductive sexual traits, i.e. that individuals are male or female.
- : Application of sociological insights, theories and concepts to historical topics.
- Inequality: Add brief definition or description
- Marriage (institution): Formally recognized long-term relationship between persons.
- Marxist sociology: Add brief definition or description
- Medical sociology: Add brief definition or description
- Military sociology: The study of the motivations and interactions of soldiers as members of military organizations
- Philosophy of sociology: Add brief definition or description
- : Subfield of sociology that deals with fundamental questions of social behavior, social relations and social institutions in politics.
- Small group sociology: Add brief definition or description
- Social change: Add brief definition or description
- Social class: The hierarchical distinctions between groups in societies or cultures.
- Social disorganization: Add brief definition or description
- Social environment: Add brief definition or description
- : A multi-disciplinary social science studying the social behavior of older people, and the social institutions that impact human aging. Basic social sciences including Sociology, Anthropology, Political science, Economics, and applied social sciences and professions, including Social work, Public administration, Public health and Architecture and numerous other sciences, disciplines and professions, including those in medical fields and specialties may all be involved in aging studies.
- Social institution: Add brief definition or description
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- : The application of sociological insights and understandings to understanding the organization, institutions, beliefs and practices of organized religion.
- : The application of sociological insights and understandings to understanding the organization, institutions, theories and practices of organized science.
- Symbolic interaction: Add brief definition or description