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Definition of Socioculturally
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Literary usage of Socioculturally
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1. Mentoring Across Boundaries: Helping Beginning Teachers Succeed in by Jean Boreen, Donna Niday, Mary K. Johnson (2003)
"Mountain Edge was socioculturally diverse, and Jeff had quickly found that he needed different methodological approaches with the wider variety of students; ..."
2. Biotechnology: Building on Farmers' Knowledge by Joske F. G. Bunders, Bertus Haverkort, Wim Hiemstra (1996)
"... sometimes more environmentally friendly, often socioculturally more acceptable and better adapted to local realities (McCorkle, 1995). ..."
3. Cultural Competence for Evaluators: A Guide for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse edited by Mario A. Orlandi (1998)
"(Further on, socioculturally relevant information and research will be highlighted.) V Immigrant women show much higher rates of abstention from alcohol and ..."
4. Globalization and the World of Large Cities by Fu-chen Lo, Yue-man Yeung (1998)
"Cairo's 1992 earthquake and Upper Egypt's 1994 floods have shown how socioculturally polarized groups can come together in dealing with a national ..."
5. Social and Gender Analysis in Natural Resource Management: Learning Studies by Ronnie Vernooy, International Development Research Centre (Canada), NetLibrary, Inc (2006)
"socioculturally, it is not acceptable for women to be active and 'loud', especially in regard to marketing or other 'outside' activities; thus, ..."
6. HIV/AIDS, Food and Nutrition Security: From Evidence to Action by Stuart Gillespie, Suneetha Kadiyala (2005)
"Gender Women are biologically, socioeconomically, and socioculturally more at risk of HIV infection than men. Gender inequity shapes power relations and ..."
7. The Changing Transitions to Adulthood in Developing Countries: Selected Studies by Cynthia B. Lloyd (2005)
"... married in the roughly 25 years from 1968 to 1993 in two socioculturally heterogeneous settings, namely rural areas of Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. ..."