(noun) A universal human problem that exists in all societies or cultures.
(noun) The custom, law, principle, or tradition granting inheritance of a family estate to the last born or youngest child.
(noun) A brother or brother-in-law of an individual’s parent; a husband of an individual’s aunt.
(noun) A situation in which an individual’s job underutilizes their qualifications or skills.
(noun) An unregulated economic system where goods and services are produced, distributed, and consumed, involving income that is not reported to the government or taxed.
(noun) Tracing an individual’s descent either through the father (patrilineal) or mother (matrilineal), but never both.
(noun) The residency requirement to live with or near the family of either spouse.
1. (noun) The basic element of research; 2. (noun) Who or what is being studied during research.
(noun) What is described by research data.
(noun) The individual or group responsible for making something.
(noun) Equal access for all people to participate in educational systems such as the disabled, the economically disadvantaged, or minorities with a particular emphasis on early childhood education.
(adjective) Lacking in manners or taste; uncouth.
(noun) An individual’s or group’s (e.g., family) rise within the hierarchy that increases their level of class, power, or status.
(noun) The large-scale and comprehensive act or process of renovating or replacing housing and public works considered substandard or outdated.
(noun) The branch of sociology that studies urbanization.
(noun) The transformation of a place due to population migration from rural to urban areas.
(noun) An organization that fulfills a specific material need.