(noun) The standards and values a society tries to have or pretends to have.
(adjective) Relating to a singular case, event, or individual.
(adjective) Prohibited by law.
(noun) The movement (migration) of people into an area to settle there permanently, adding to the population.
(noun) The absence of emotional attachment in a situation.
(noun) Any group or category to which an individual belongs and membership in the group fosters deep loyality and a sense of identity.
(noun) A relative by marriage, typically referring to a spouse’s mother or father.
(noun) Sexual intercourse between certain members of a family.
(noun) A taboo that prohibits sexual relations between certain people in an individual’s family, typically between those with a close blood (consanguinity) tie.
(noun) Money earned from work or investments.
(noun) In statistical analysis, the variable that is changed in an experiment.
(noun) A single human being.
(noun) One individual discriminating against another individual.
1. (noun) A form of logical reasoning that derives general conclusions from a set of specific facts; 2. (noun) A research method that uses data such as observations to create generalizations; 3. (noun) Moving from the particular to the general.
(noun) A research method in which a theory is induced through the collection of experiments or observations.
(noun) A society based on mechanical labor, as opposed to manual labor, to create material goods.
(noun) A socioeconomic system based on the development of large-scale industries, particularly inexpensive manufactured goods and mechanized food production concentrated in urban areas.
(noun) The uneven and unfair distribution of opportunities and rewards that increase power, prestige, and wealth for individuals or groups; social disparity.
(noun) A disease that can be passed from one individual to another.
(noun) The branch of statistics that makes generalizations about a population using data from a sample.