Definition of Social disease

1. Noun. A communicable infection transmitted by sexual intercourse or genital contact.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Social Disease

social conservatives
social contract
social control
social control policies
social credit
social dancer
social dancing
social death
social democracies
social democracy
social democrat
social democratic
social democrats
social desirability
social disease (current term)
social diseases
social distance
social dominance
social drinker
social dynamics
social engineering
social entrepreneurship
social environment
social event
social evolutionism
social facilitation
social function
social gathering

Literary usage of Social disease

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Introduction to the Study of Society by Albion Woodbury Small, George Edgar Vincent (1894)
"CHAPTER IV THE PATHOLOGY OF SOCIAL ORGANS—CHARACTERISTICS OF social disease The pathology of social functions to be described The relativity of judgments ..."

2. An Introduction to the Study of Society by Albion Woodbury Small, George Edgar Vincent (1894)
"CHAPTER IV THE PATHOLOGY OF SOCIAL ORGANS—CHARACTERISTICS OF social disease The pathology of social functions to be described The relativity of judgments ..."

3. The Science of Finance: An Investigation of Public Expenditures and Public by Henry Carter Adams (1898)
"(3) Expenditures for Protection against social disease. ... Crime is looked upon as a phase of social disease, and the treatment prescribed by the science ..."

4. The Diseases of Society: The Vice and Crime Problem by George Frank Lydston (1906)
"It is hardly necessary to state that, inasmuch as degeneracy underlies all social disease, what will be herein said regarding the preventive remedies for ..."

5. The Diseases of Society: (the Vice and Crime Problem) by George Frank Lydston (1904)
"It is hardly necessary to state that, inasmuch as degeneracy underlies all social disease, what will be herein said regarding the preventive remedies for ..."

6. Social Pathology by Samuel George Smith (1911)
"Social students are coming to see with increasing clearness that the study and treatment of mere symptoms in social disease have been among the great ..."

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