Socio-Cultural

Outline principles that define the socio-cultural level of analysis - for example: As human beings we are constantly being influenced by other people, and by the requirements of society, even when we believe we are acting independently; Human behaviour is explained by the social situation more than dispositional factors, such as individual personality; We are social animals and require others for our survival.


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