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accepted welcomed into a group or society; approved. [1/2 definitions]
anarchist a person who believes in, desires, or tries to realize a society or state without a government. [1/2 definitions]
anarchy a complete lack of government or law within a country or society. [1/2 definitions]
apartheid a policy of keeping people of different races separate and unequal in a society.
aristocracy a class of people who have a high social position because of the family they are born into. Members of the aristocracy are usually richer and have more privileges than other members of society. [2 definitions]
ASPCA a national organization whose purpose is to take care of lost or stray dogs, cats, and other small animals. This organization tries to find people to adopt these animals as pets. ASPCA is an abbreviation for "American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals."
civilization an advanced state of development of a society as judged by such things as having a system of government and laws, using a written language, and keeping written records. [2 definitions]
class a group of people who have a similar way of life and position in society. [1/8 definitions]
digital citizen a person who uses the internet to connect with society and the world. Digital citizens often use the internet to do things like getting and sending messages, posting or displaying information, playing games, or shopping.
empowerment the act of granting rights or legal authority to people within a society. [1/2 definitions]
establishment (often capitalized) the people in control of society or government. [1/3 definitions]
initiate to welcome as a member of a club or society by holding a formal ceremony or ritual. [1/2 definitions]
institution an established custom or law in a society. [1/2 definitions]
law the set of rules that people in a society must follow. [3/5 definitions]
legend a story or group of stories that have been handed down from a time long ago and that many people in a society know but cannot prove to be true or untrue. [1/3 definitions]
mainstream agreeing with or shaped by the main trends and most common opinions of a group or society. [1/2 definitions]
myth a story or group of stories that form part of the traditional knowledge of a society. Myths often use imaginative plots and characters to explain how the world began and why nature and people behave the way they do. [1/2 definitions]
order the condition in which the rules and laws of a society are obeyed; social or civil peace. [1/10 definitions]
outcast one who is driven out or rejected by society or a group.
primitive a human being of a primitive society. [1/3 definitions]
Quaker a member of a Christian religious group founded in England about 1650, called the Society of Friends.