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sociology

noun [no plural]   /ˌsəʊ·ʃiˈɒl·ə·dʒi/
the study of society and the relationship between people in society sociología
(Definition of sociology from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sociology

noun /(British ) ˌsousiˈolədʒi, ˌsouʃiˈolədʒi; (American) ˌsousiːˈolədʒiː, ˌsouʃiːˈolədʒiː/
the scientific study of society and social behaviour/behavior Socioogía She’s studying for a degree in sociology.
sociological adjective
Sociologico a sociological study of family interaction.
sociologically adverb
Sociologicamente a sociologically informed political theory.
sociologist noun
Sociologo Sociologists are interested in the social implications of this new technology, such as new ways of interaction, virtual communities, cybercrime, etc.
(Definition of sociology from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “sociology”
in Korean 사회학…
in Arabic عِلم الاجتِماع…
in Malaysian sosiologi…
in Russian социология…
in Chinese (Traditional) 社會學,社會關係研究…
in Italian sociologia…
in Turkish toplumbilim, sosyoloji…
in Polish socjologia…
in Vietnamese xã hội học…
in Portuguese sociologia…
in Thai สังคมวิทยา…
in Catalan sociologia…
in Japanese 社会学…
in Chinese (Simplified) 社会学,社会关系研究…
in Indonesian sosiologi…
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