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1. The approach to sociology focusing on the empirical studies of societies and social systems in the processes of change in years gone by. 2. The processes and forces of change at work in any social group. See group dynamics.

SOCIAL DYNAMICS: "Social dynamics looks at all of the things that can change a social group."

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