(noun) The level of knowledge or ability needed to understand and implement digital technology or information.
(noun) “[A]n experience of individuality in which the affective and philosophical self-resources of rock ‘n’ roll media are displaced or at least supplemented by the increasingly technological and commodified aspects of the media” (Kotarba 2013:15).
(noun) Waste created from broken or obsolete electronics.
(noun) An official or unofficial religion considered the state religion.
1. (noun) A mistake caused by assuming what is true for a group is true for the individual members of the group; 2. (noun) In statistical analysis, an error caused by inferring aggregate data remains true on an individual level.
(noun) The study of organisms (i.e., animals, humans, and plants) and their interactions with each other and their natural environment.
(noun) A theory stating all social phenomena are determined by economic factors such as supply and demand.
(noun) A theory stating all social phenomena have an economic explanation.
(noun) How goods and services are provided within a society to meet needs and wants.
(noun) The social science concerned with description and analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services and the allocation and management of investments, money, and wealth.
(noun) The theory that economic forces have dominance over all others such as social forces and cultural forces.
(noun) An institution that organizes the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services to individuals in a society.
(noun) An act of terrorism motivated by concern for the environment.
(noun) An institution through which children and adults are taught formal academic knowledge and norms.
(noun) A family or group dynamic where parents or members share power and authority equally.
(noun) A society that lacks social stratification and with the exception of inequality based on ability and age, provides equal access to resources and prestige.
(noun) The principle that all people in a society have the same fundamental worth and should have equal civil, economic, and political rights.
(noun) Concern for your own interests and well-being over all others; self-centeredness.
(noun) When older people are deprived of care or intentionally harmed by their caretakers.
1. (noun) In Western societies, the process of internalizing and reproducing behaviors, norms, and values associated with the middle-class; 2. (noun) The process involved in becoming financially affluent.