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socioeconomic in Sociology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsocioeconomicso‧ci‧o‧ec‧o‧nom‧ic /ˌsəʊsiəʊekəˈnɒmɪk, ˌsəʊʃiəʊ-, -iːkə- $ ˌsoʊsioʊekəˈnɑː-, ˌsoʊʃioʊ-, -iːkə-/ adjective  SSPEbased on a combination of social and economic conditionssocioeconomically /-kli/ adverb
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socioeconomicResearcher Gordon Wells monitored closely the talk 20 children from a wide range of socioeconomic backgrounds engaged in at home and school.Today such skills are directly correlated with socioeconomic class.Fianna Fail and Fine Gael have appealed to the electorate at large, regardless of any socioeconomic considerations.The limited data available suggest there are also substantial socioeconomic differences in morbidity, but these differences remain largely unexplained.First, transracial adopters tend to belong to relatively high socioeconomic groups.Introduction An inverse relation between socioeconomic status and mortality has been documented in many studies, nomatterhow socioeconomic status has been measured.It is obvious that high socioeconomic status does not insulate children from this particular type of academic failure.Basically their socioeconomic structure thus remains as it was under direct imperialist rule.