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They try to address social problems such as unemployment and poor health.
The interests of big companies are rarely compatible with social justice.
a period of enormous political and social change
There has been a progressive deterioration of the social conditions of small farmers.
a judgment about someone based on their social background
The evidence shows a relationship between crime and social class.
a social activity/engagement/get-together
The worst thing about working from home is the lack of social contact.
This is not a social call. I’m afraid I have some bad news.
We need someone with excellent social skills.
The children still need to learn a few social graces.