At an institute of education, a class where sociology is taught.(noun)
The discipline of sociology.(noun)
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Use "socio" in a sentence
"The term socio economic refers to race and class, the social condition is racism, the economic condition is capitalism, or classism, that's what every business has to deal with in order to make profit."
"Gauteng finance and economic affairs MEC Jabu Moleketi introduced a new liquor bill for the province on Thursday to address what he called the socio-economic consequences of alcohol in society."
"It comes from the Spanish word socio which means business partner or buddy, and is a pun on socialismo, the Spanish term for socialism."