(noun) An individual born after World War II (1939–1945) roughly between 1946–1964, typically referring to people in Australia, Europe, and the United States.
1. (verb) The exchange of a good or service for another good or service without using money; 2. (noun) The act or process of bartering.
(noun) A suburb from which large amounts of workers commute.
(noun) How an individual or group acts or conducts themselves when interacting with another individual, group, or event.
(noun) A conviction or idea about the nature of reality that an individual or group accepts as true.
(noun) A set of beliefs held by a particular society, culture, or individual.
(noun) A tendency (either known or unknown) to prefer one thing over another that prevents objectivity, that influences understanding or outcomes in some way.
(noun) In reference to kinship, it is the distinction between the father’s and mother’s sides of the family.
(noun) The condition or practice of being married to multiple spouses at the same time, typically, with the connotation of illegality.
(noun) Extreme intolerance of the beliefs and opinions of an individual or group, particularly racial or religious.
(noun) Tracing an individual’s descent simultaneously through the father’s and mother’s line, where all ancestors by blood (consanguinity) are considered related.
(noun) Tracing an individual’s descent through the father’s male line and the mother’s female line.
(noun) When a married couple lives with or near either spouses’ family or alternates between families.
(noun) The theory that all social phenomena are determined by biological factors such as genetics, not social or cultural influences.
(noun) A theory stating all social phenomena have a biological explanation.
(noun) An act of terrorism using biological weapons.
(noun) The rate of live births in a population over a year, typically expressed per 1,000.
(noun) Emotional, physical, romantic, or sexual attraction to members of the same and opposite sex based on a binary of female and male.
1. (noun) The illegal market for goods and services that are price regulated, rationed, or restricted; 2. (noun) The location where illegal buying and selling occurs.
(noun) A family consisting of two or more adult partners and their children together with their children from previous relationships either living with them or nearby.