Ek olarak yaşlılar birbirleriyle sosyalleşebilsin ve Amerikan hayatının aktif üyeleri olarak kalabilsinler diye birçok topluluk kurulmuştur. - In addition many groups have been formed so that the elderly can socialize with one another and remain active participants in American life.
Sosyal ağlarda zararsız bir kişi gibi görünen bir katil olabilir. - There may be a killer who looks harmless in any social network.
Bir sosyete moda toplumda iyi tanınan ve sosyal faaliyetlere ve eğlenceye düşkün bir kişidir. - A socialite is a person who is well known in fashionable society and is fond of social activities and entertainment.
Used to describe creatures that help out each other i e if you attack a rhino beater and another rhino type is around, then that second rhino will attack you also, because rhinomen are social
Forming compound groups or colonies by budding from basal processes or stolons; as, the social ascidians
Social means relating to society or to the way society is organized. the worst effects of unemployment, low pay and other social problems. long-term social change. changing social attitudes. the tightly woven social fabric of small towns. research into housing and social policy. + socially so·cial·ly Let's face it -- drinking is a socially acceptable habit. one of the most socially deprived areas in Britain
relating to or belonging to or characteristic of high society; "made fun of her being so social and high-toned"; "a social gossip colum"; "the society page
Capital - the collective 'assets' and 'wealth' in terms of community cohesiveness when viewed as part of the development process Social capital refers to the institutions, relationships, and norms that shape the quality and quantity of a society's social interactions
Of or pertaining to society; relating to men living in society, or to the public as an aggregate body; as, social interest or concerns; social pleasure; social benefits; social happiness; social duties
A get-together with another group for a party, dinner, or another fun occasion Socials are also known as "mixers "
relating to a group of members who are mutually dependent for the good of the group
Social animals live in groups and do things together. social insects like bees and ants. social welfare Christian Social Union class social New School for Social Research Russian Social Democratic Workers' Party social settlement social contract Social Credit Party social Darwinism social democracy Social Democratic Party of Germany Social Gospel social history social insurance social learning social psychology Social Realism social science social security Social Security Act social status Social War social work
Living in communities consisting of males, females, and neuters, as do ants and most bees
Short for social security benefit, the UK government department responsible for administering such welfare benefit or its employees
living together or enjoying life in communities or organized groups; "human beings are social animals"; "spent a relaxed social evening"; "immature social behavior"
(of birds and animals) tending to move or live together in groups or colonies of the same kind; "ants are social insects"; "the herding instinct in sheep or cattle"; "swarming behavior in bees"
Social means relating to the status or rank that someone has in society. Higher education is unequally distributed across social classes The guests came from all social backgrounds + socially so·cial·ly For socially ambitious couples this is a problem. socially disadvantaged children
marked by friendly companionship with others; "a social cup of coffee" living together or enjoying life in communities or organized groups; "human beings are social animals"; "spent a relaxed social evening"; "immature social behavior" composed of sociable people or formed for the purpose of sociability; "a purely social club"; "the church has a large social hall"; "a social director" relating to human society and its members; "social institutions"; "societal evolution"; "societal forces"; "social legislation" relating to or belonging to or characteristic of high society; "made fun of her being so social and high-toned"; "a social gossip colum"; "the society page
(also see Axiom): The social axiom determines the complexity in which beings can interact This determines social structure and its side effects, such as language, entertainment, and government At 0 beings live lives of solitude surrounded by their own kind Language developes at 2 Nation-states come in at 15 Core Earth (21) allows for greater individual rights, complex, multi tiered governments, and a global economy At 33 society reaches a point beyond any envisioned utopia beyond which we can envision
Social means relating to leisure activities that involve meeting other people. We ought to organize more social events + socially so·cial·ly We have known each other socially for a long time The two groups rarely meet socially
of or having to do with other beings of one's kind; genial and companionable; a value orientation concerned with the well-being of others, typified by kindness, understanding, and helpfulness
One of the three orientations where energy is oriented toward relating with others The social signs are Leo, Virgo, Libra and Scorpio and the social houses are the 5th through 8th houses See also Personal and Universal
The good will, sympathy, and connections created by social interaction within and between social networks
If comes into contact with his neighbor, and they with other neighbors, there will be accumulation of social capital, which may immediately satisfy his social needs and which may bear a social potentiality sufficient to the substantial improvement of living conditions in the whole community.
One who favors social policies based on a particular reading of Judeo-Christian values, generally in favor of public prayer, and opposed to abortion rights, same-sex marriage and the teaching of evolution in public schools
A supporter of social democracy, a political ideology which in its contemporary form aims to reform capitalism democratically through state regulation and state sponsored programs which work to ameliorate injustices inflicted by the market economy
A branch of social structure theory of criminology, whose major premise is, that the conflicts and problems of urban social communities — including fear, unemployment, deterioration, and siege mentality — influence crime rates and trends
A nine-digit number issued by the government of Canada to citizens, permanent residents, and some categories of temporary residents, for official identification in the provision of government services and income taxation. Abbreviation: SIN
A branch of science that studies the society and human behavior in it, including anthropology, communication studies, criminology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, social studies, and sociology
A nine-digit number issued to citizens, permanent residents, and temporary (working) residents under section 205(c)(2) of the Social Security Act, codified as 42 U.S.C. § 405(c)(2). The number is issued to an individual by the Social Security Administration, an agency of the U.S. Federal Government. Its primary purpose is to track individuals for taxation purposes. Abbreviated as SSN. In recent years the SSN has become a de facto national identification number
disapproval You describe someone's behaviour as social climbing when they try to get accepted into a higher social class by becoming friendly with people who belong to that class. All that vulgar social-climbing! Social climbing is also an adjective. Leroy's ambitious social-climbing wife
(Kanun) A person who furnishes another with alcohol in a social setting and not as a licensed vendor: "courts…reluctant to impose liability on social hosts based on negligence principles alone, without the support of express legislative policy —Ferreira v. Strack, 652 A.2d 965 (1995)" Social hosts have sometimes been found criminally liable for serving alcohol to a minor or to an already usu. obviously intoxicated person, and have sometimes been found civilly liable for injury to or by an intoxicated minor. Less often, a person categorized as a social host has been found civilly liable for subsequent injury to a third party caused by an intoxicated adult guest, esp. in an automobile accident
In biology, psychology and sociology social behavior is behavior directed towards society, or taking place between, members of the same species. Behavior such as predation which involves members of different species is not social. While many social behaviors are communication (provoke a response, or change in behavior, without acting directly on the receiver) communication between members of different species is not social behavior
Social constructionism and social constructivism are sociological theories of knowledge that consider how social phenomena or objects of consciousness develop in social contexts. Within constructionist thought, a social construction (social construct) is a concept or practice that is the construct (or artifact) of a particular group. When we say that something is socially constructed, we are focusing on its dependence on contingent variables of our social selves rather than any inherent quality that it possesses in itself. Thus our notion of a "cousin," what this terms includes and doesn't include and what it means to us does not exist "out there" in the world, but only in and through the social instutitions that give it meaning within a culture. The underlying assumptions on which social constructivism is typically seen to be based are reality, knowledge, and learning
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Social facilitation is the tendency for people to do better on simple tasks when in the presence of other people. This implies that whenever people are being watched by others, they will do well on things that they are already good at doing
A social network is a social structure made of nodes (which are generally individuals or organizations) that are tied by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as values, visions, idea, financial exchange, friends, kinship, dislike, conflict, trade, web links, sexual relations, disease transmission (epidemiology), or airline routes
The social safety net is a term used to describe a collection of services provided by the state, such as welfare, unemployment benefit, universal healthcare, homeless shelters, the minimum wage and sometimes subsidized services such as public transport, which prevent individuals from falling into poverty beyond a certain level
The social sciences are the various types of social science, for example sociology and politics. Any discipline or branch of science that deals with the sociocultural aspects of human behaviour. The social sciences generally include cultural anthropology, economics, political science, sociology, criminology, and social psychology. Comparative law and comparative religion (the comparative study of the legal systems and religions of different nations and cultures) are also sometimes regarded as social sciences
(1) The programs provided under the United States Social Security Act of 1935, plus amendments and additions thereto It is now called Old Age, Survivors, Disability, and Health Insurance (2) Any government program which provides economic security for portions of the public, e g , Social Insurance, Public Assistance, Family Allowances, and Grants-in-Aid (G)
A program of the federal government that provides workers and their dependents with retirement, disability , and other payments The money for Social Security payments comes from a tax, usually labeled "FICA" on your paycheck, that employees and employers pay equally Learn more about what you'll get out of Social Security here
A federally administered program, funded by mandatory payroll deductions and employer contributions, that provides income and Medicare health benefits to retired or disabled former workers and their dependents
(Internationally) - The institutions and measures of social insurance and social assistance aimed at providing income and social security to the population There are five 'pillars' of social security, i e (1) pensions and survivor benefits; (2) health care, sickness and disability transfers; (3) family and child benefits; (4) unemployment benefits; and (5) social assistance The term is also used as a parallel to "Social Protection" Social Security (U S ) Old Age and Survivor's Insurance (OASI) (Pensions, life insurance, and disability cash benefits )
U S government program established in 1935 which covers participating workers and their dependents and includes old age and survivors insurance, contributions to state unemployment insurance, and disability insurance
All social security funds at all levels of government Social security funds are defined as social insurance schemes covering the community as a whole These schemes may be either funded or unfunded Those schemes established by governmental units to cover their own employees only are not counted as social security schemes in the general government sector For example, the financial assets of pension funds for governmental employees are not included as financial assets of the general government sector, but rather belong in the insurance sector
U S government program of assistance to the elderly, financed by FICA tax paid by employers, employees and proprietors These funds are also being used to finance the rest of the federal government Czech it out!
The comprehensive federal program of benefits providing workers with retirement income, disability income, family benefits, survivors benefits and Medicare Social Security is funded through employers withholding FICA taxes from employees paychecks and then matching that withheld amount
Programs provided under the United States Social Security Act, originally passed in 1935 and now including Medicare, Medicaid, OASDI and a variety of grants-in-aid Government programs that provide economic security to the public For example, social insurance, public assistance, family allowances, grants-in-aid, maternity benefits, etc
Social security is a system under which a government pays money regularly to certain groups of people, for example the sick, the unemployed, or those with no other income. women who did not have jobs and were on social security. Public provision for the economic security and social welfare of all individuals and their families, especially in the case of income losses due to unemployment, work injury, maternity, sickness, old age, and death. The term encompasses not only social insurance but also health and welfare services and various income maintenance programs designed to improve the recipient's welfare through public services. Some of the first organized cooperative efforts to provide for the economic security of individuals were instituted by workingmen's associations, mutual-benefit societies, and labour unions; social security was not widely established by law until the 19th and 20th centuries, with the first modern program appearing in Germany in 1883. Almost all developed nations now have social security programs that provide benefits or services through several major approaches such as social insurance and social assistance, a needs-based program that pays benefits only to the poor. See also Social Security Act; unemployment insurance; welfare; workers' compensation
America's contributory social insurance program providing benefits to millions of people Workers contribute financially to the system during their working years and earn entitlement to family benefits upon retirement, disability, or death Currently, nearly 44 million Americans receive benefits under the Old-Age and Survivors and Disability Insurance (OASDI) programs that make up Social Security
The Department of Social Security (DSS) oversees the Benefits Agency (which deals with the payment of state benefits), and until 6 April 1999, was responsible for overseeing the Contributions Agency that dealt with the collection and recording of national insurance contributions
In the United States, a federal program that provides specified benefits, including a monthly retirement income benefit to people who have contributed to the plan during their income-earning years The program also provides a benefit to qualified disabled individuals, as well as to the widows, widowers, and surviving dependent children of qualified deceased workers
A social insurance program that covers most of the Nation's work force It is often the basic retirement plan to which other benefits are added It provides retirement, disability, survivor, and Medicare benefits
Within the hospital setting, a person specially trained to counsel and assist in the emotional, social, environmental and financial needs of the cardiac patient and family This person often times interacts as a liaison of need, working closely with medical staff and the family, both during and after hospitalization
An individual who provides counseling, assistance with home care, transportation, and financial planning A medical social worker is specially trained to discuss your fears and questions related to your cancer diagnosis, treatment, side effects, and their impact on your life
n a person who organizes work intended to advance the social conditions of a community, and especially of the disadvantaged, by providing psychological counseling, guidance, and assistance, especially in the form of social services
A Master's in Social Work has completed six years of college education, with the last two in the School of Social Work If desired, the M S W may take an additional national exam, and qualify as an ACSW All social workers must pass a national test, as well as be licensed by the state in which they reside Social Workers provide collaboration services between agencies, as well as counseling clients They have a broad range of modalities to work in, including hospitals and residential care facilities
a person (usually with a Masters Degree) who provides services to prospective adoptive parents and prospective Birthparents Services are usually provided on behalf of an adoption agency or attorney and typically include counseling and homestudy preparation
a member of the healthcare team who provides counseling services and support A social worker helps individuals and their families deal with various problems which arises from coping with a difficulty, illness, or hospitalization A social worker can provide information and referral to various agencies who can assist with many issues such as counseling, housing, legal, and financial aid
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