Social process

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Social process is a term from sociology . It describes the change in social relationships and interactions between two or more people.

While the term ' social change ' is aimed at the overall process of social change over a longer period of time, we are talking about social processes on both a macro and a microsociological level. The dependence of the people of his social environment shaped his consciousness . The way in which a person structures his or her everyday life is also part of a social process with a view to the relationship between person and social system .

With the term 'social process' elements, aspects, supporting and opposing tendencies, similar or resistant system and environmental conditions as well as the actions of people and interest groups within the power distribution in the change are taken into account. Social processes run constantly and everywhere in the social areas, they do not always lead to a change in the sense of progressive development, declining changes, adaptation processes within a system or to environmental conditions or stagnating and change-inhibiting developments are also possible.