Translation of social network in Spanish:

social network

red social, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsəʊʃəl ˈnetwɜːrk/ /ˌsəʊʃəl ˈnetwɜːk/


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    red social feminine
    • Global measures assess the degree of social integration or embeddedness in a social network more broadly.
    • Social isolation is not just a reflection of erosion of social networks between Somalis.
    • One neglected aspect of sibling influence is the extent to which siblings influence a child's social network.
    • Research consistently indicates that men have much smaller social networks than women do.
    • Among low-income women, those with more extensive social networks give birth to heavier, healthier children.
    • I'm want to start building a social network of my own, something that extends beyond work.
    • Those with the most diverse social networks tended to fare the best, he said.
    • In this era of renewed interest in social networks, finally comes the results of perhaps the biggest social network connection study.
    • The loss of friends and partners decreases the amount of social support received because they too were once part of the social network.
    • I am disabled and don't have much of a social network.
    • Older adults are often at risk of friendlessness because of disruptions to their social networks over time.
    • Finding a job becomes a more difficult task for International students because their social networks take a while to establish.
    • In Somalia, she had a large and supportive family and social network.
    • His research focuses on the effects of demography and personality on social networks and performance.
    • The healing of the split between faith and culture is something that happens inside each of us and inside our own social networks.
    • These congregations share both a territory and a set of differentiated social networks.
    • The researchers asked the participants five questions about their social network.
    • Previous research has also determined that Asians and Asian Americans tend to seek help from social networks rather than from professionals such as counselors.
    • Social networks are built out of social capital.
    • Discrimination negatively affected re-employment, and social networks positively affected re-employment.