SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP

The sum of the social interactions between people over time. This can be a positive or a negative relationship. Momentary social interactions can be...

SATYRIASIS (Satyrism)

A sexual deviation in males consisting of an excessive or insatiable desire for gratification.The terms “excessive” and “insatiable” are difficult to define since there...

SUBSTITUTION

Substitution of inappropriate feelings or impossible aims with more appropriate and achievable. Substitution can be both positive or negative answer. It is just like...

SOCIOLOGICAL FACTORS

These are social conditions that our behaviour such as level of education, customs and morals.

SOCIAL SKILLS

These are the skills that allow a person to interact and to act appropriately in given social contexts. The skills include assertiveness, coping, communication...

SOCIAL ADAPTATION

the adjustment to the demands, restrictions and morals of society where we all live in harmony.

SUBJECT VARIABLE

The variable which is related to individual in the research is called subject variable. This variable is not usually changed in the duration of...

SOCIAL SUPPORT

The providing of assistance or comfort to other people to help them cope with a variety of problems. Support comes from interpersonal relationships, family...

STRESS

Is the state which is seen in response to internal or external stressors. Every system of the body responds to stress in varying ways....

SOCIAL NORM (Group Norms)

The standards by which behavior is judged in a given social group; the way the members of a group are expected to think, feel...

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