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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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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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