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  1. socionoun

    At an institute of education, a class where sociology is taught.

  2. socionoun

    The discipline of sociology.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Socio in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Socio in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of Socio in a Sentence

  1. Ruth Lowry:

    It is clear from the numbers reporting fear of being judged by important others who know them and by health professionals that stigma remains a crucial barrier to address in any sexual health promotion intervention, the findings have also shown that groups with one or more socio-economic disadvantages, such as homeless people, sex workers, non-native language speakers and migrants, are at even greater risk of being unaware of their sexual health and unable to access the appropriate services.

  2. Sardard Adul Nabi:

    No provincial government can afford to ignore such weather patterns, and (we) need to make all socio-economic sectors adaptive to them.

  3. John Blackmon:

    It’s almost an indoctrination of distrust of police and we’ve got to put a stop to that, there are other socio-economic topics that are available and they want to focus half of their effort on negativity towards the police ? That seems odd to me. PARENTS ANGERED AFTER PLANNED PARENTHOOD PARTNER LEADS ‘ GRAPHIC ’ SEX-ED LESSON IN SCIENCE CLASS Students can pick.

  4. Seema Verma:

    As we dug into the data, we also found that race and ethnicity are far from the only story, low socio-economic status represents a powerful predictor of complications from #COVID-19.

  5. Shekhar Saxena:

    In general, countries that are facing serious socio-economic challenges are at a higher risk of having mental health problems within their communities, the rate of depression and the rate of suicide actually do increase significantly for countries that are suffering from economic downturn. These are precious loss of life which a country should protect by maintaining the mental health care that is due to these people during these times of stress.

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