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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Society

Here you will learn all the essential words for talking about Society, collected specifically for level C2 learners.

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
caste
[noun]
a system that divides the people of a society into different social classes based on their wealth, privilage, or profession
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anomie
[noun]
a state of having no moral or social principles
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civics
[noun]
the study of the rights and responsibilities of citizens in society
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denizen
[noun]
a resident in a particular place
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global village
[noun]
‌the whole world considered as a small place because of being closely connected by modern communication systems
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grass roots
[noun]
the ordinary people with a common interest who form the foundation of a movement, organization, or political party
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intersectionality
[noun]
a concept that recognizes how different forms of discrimination and oppression, such as race, gender, and class, interact with each other
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othering
[noun]
the act of defining and labeling individuals or groups as different from oneself or the dominant social group
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polity
[noun]
a political organization of a group of people with a shared identity that is part of a larger political system itself
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commoner
[noun]
a person that does not belong to the upper class of the society
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inferior
[noun]
a person with a lower position than someone else
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fundraiser
[noun]
a social event held with the intention of raising money for a charity or political party
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soiree
[noun]
an elegant gathering or party that is usually held in the evening
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public spirit
[noun]
a sense of community concern and willingness to contribute to the public good
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social capital
[noun]
the collective value of social networks and the inclinations that arise from these networks to do things for each other
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marginalization
[noun]
treating certain people or groups as less important, often leaving them out or limiting their opportunities
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subjugation
[noun]
the act of bringing individuals or groups under control, often through oppressive measures, within a societal context
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meritocracy
[noun]
a societal system where success is determined by individual skill and ability rather than factors like wealth or social status
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matriarchy
[noun]
a society where women have primary authority and leadership roles
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pluralism
[noun]
the presence and acceptance of diverse groups within a society
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patriarchy
[noun]
a social system in which the father or the eldest male is in charge of the family and his possessions or power are passed to a male heir
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stratification
[noun]
the uneven distribution of resources and opportunities among different social groups in society
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socioeconomic
[adjective]
referring to factors or conditions that involve both social and economic aspects
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