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'''Sociocultural factors''' are the larger scale forces within [[cultures]] and [[societies]] that affect the [[thoughts]] [[feelings]] and [[behaviors]] of individuals.
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'''Sociocultural factors''' are the larger scale forces within [[cultures]] and [[societies]] that affect the [[thoughts]], [[feelings]] and [[behaviors]] of individuals.
   
 
Such factors include:
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Cross cultural psychology]]
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#[[Cross cultural psychology]]
*[[Cultism]]
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#[[Cultism]]
*[[Cultural sensitivity]]
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#[[Cultural sensitivity]]
*[[Culture bound syndromes]]
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#[[Culture bound syndromes]]
*[[Ethnography]]
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#[[Ethnography]]
*[[Ethnology]]
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#[[Ethnology]]
*[[Multiculturalism]]
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#[[Multiculturalism]]
*[[Outline of culture]]
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#[[Outline of culture]]
*[[Psychosocial factors]]
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#[[Psychosocial factors]]
*[[Risk factors]]
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#[[Risk factors]]
*[[Rites of passage]]
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#[[Rites of passage]]
*[[Social determinants of health]]
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#[[Social determinants of health]]
*[[Social processes]]
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#[[Social processes]]
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# COMMUNITY
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# FAITH
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# GENDER
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# DISABILITY
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[[Category:Culture]]
 
[[Category:Social processes]]
 
[[Category:Social processes]]
 
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Sociocultural factors are the larger scale forces within cultures and societies that affect the thoughts, feelings and behaviors of individuals.

Such factors include:

See alsoEdit

  1. Cross cultural psychology
  2. Cultism
  3. Cultural sensitivity
  4. Culture bound syndromes
  5. Ethnography
  6. Ethnology
  7. Multiculturalism
  8. Outline of culture
  9. Psychosocial factors
  10. Risk factors
  11. Rites of passage
  12. Social determinants of health
  13. Social processes
  14. COMMUNITY
  15. FAITH
  16. GENDER
  17. DISABILITY

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