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Sociology
Society
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Branch of science dealing with the study of the societies of sentient beings.

Fields of sociology include social structure, interaction and behavior among individuals and groups, representative racial and ethnic clades, phyles and species, conflict and conflict resolution, cultural dynamics, culture types and archetypes, memetics in society, the effects of higher singularity influence and ai administration, religious and ideological beliefs and practices, interaction between sentients of different information processing speeds, sex and species differentiation, criminal behavior, economic and toposophic stratification, population density, and political structure. Various applications include hyperturing administrative science, applied memetics, public relations, law enforcement, social engineering, and community planning.
 
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Development Notes
Text by M. Alan Kazlev based on original by Robert J. Hall

Initially published on 31 December 2001.

 
 
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