- A way of expressing that a message is addressed to a particular individual.
- For example, a higher-pitched simplified speech is used for communicating with a baby.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY NORM
Dictates how people should help other people who need help or are dependant.
Arranging the members of a society into a pattern of superior and inferior ranks.
Ordered interrelationships that are characteristic of particular societies, such as its class structure or system of economic or political relations.
Help and resourced provided by others for coping.
A belief about how variables in the social environment go together.
A process of behaviours accepted by society.
Identifies biological and genetic bases for social behaviour in humans and other animals.
- Settings created to discourage conversation among people by making eye contact difficult.
- E.g. Side by side seating in waiting rooms.
Is the study of relationships between social and linguistic variation or the study of language (performance) in its social context.
- Setting that encourage interpersonal interaction through increased eye contact.
- E.g. Cafés, cocktail lounges.
Custom by which a widower marries the sister of the deceased wife.
The development of important new manufacturing activities in the environment of outer space.
Where individuals become experts in producing certain goods or services that are then exchanged.
A group of adherents to a set of religious beliefs and ritual in which ghosts are believed to interfere in the affairs of the living.