sociogenic


sociogenic
so·ci·o·gen·ic (so″se-o-jenґik) arising from or imposed by society.

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  • sociogenic — ēō|jenik adjective Etymology: socio + genic : produced or determined by society or social forces sociogenic factors in mental health * * * /soh see oh jen ik, soh shee /, adj. caused or influenced by society or social factors: sociogenic problems …   Useful english dictionary

  • sociogenic — /soh see oh jen ik, soh shee /, adj. caused or influenced by society or social factors: sociogenic problems. [1965 70; SOCIO + GENIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • sociogenic — adj. originating from social factors …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sociogenic — so·ci·o·gen·ic …   English syllables

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