What is societal?

  • (adj): Relating to human society and its members.
    Example: "Societal evolution"; "societal forces"
    Synonyms: social

Some articles on societal:

Albert Merlin - Selected Bibliography
... A la recherche de la Société Juste (Societal, 2004) Searching for a just Society—L'économiste d'entreprise (Societal, 2006) The corporate economist—Le nécessaire, l'utile et le ...
Societal Marketing - Criticism
... Societal marketing has received a considerable amount of critique ... The societal marketing concept has become an excellent strategy for promotions with social dimensions and for exploring consumers’ behavioural response to ... Future development of the concept Societal marketing is gaining the marketers and consumer attention and there is every reason to expect it to ...
Societal Marketing and Social Marketing
... Societal marketing should not be confused with social marketing ... The societal marketing concept was a forerunner of sustainable marketing in integrating issues of social responsibility into commercial marketing strategies ... As we mentioned above Societal Marketing can be defined as a “Marketing with a social dimension or marketing that includes non-economic criteria” ...
Societal Psychology
... Societal psychology is a development within social psychology which emphasizes the all-embracing force of the social, institutional, and cultural environments, and with it ... The term societal psychology was coined by Hilde Himmelweit and George Gaskell in 1990, in preference to sociological social psychology, to avoid a single ... Societal psychology is proffered as a counterweight to mainstream social psychology's concentration on the study of the individual's thoughts, feelings ...
Freedom Of Religion In Turkey - Societal Abuses and Discrimination
... There were reports of societal abuses or discrimination based on religious belief or practice ... Muslims, Christians, Bahá'ís, and members of other religious communities faced societal suspicion and mistrust ...

Famous quotes containing the word societal:

    Society’s double behavioral standard for women and for men is, in fact, a more effective deterrent than economic discrimination because it is more insidious, less tangible. Economic disadvantages involve ascertainable amounts, but the very nature of societal value judgments makes them harder to define, their effects harder to relate.
    Anne Tucker (b. 1945)

    [Film noir] experiences periodic rebirth and rediscovery. Whenever we have any moment of deep societal rift or disruption in America, one of the ways we can express it is through the ideas and behavior in film noir.
    John Briley (b. 1925)