Social psychology (sociology)  

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Sociological social psychology, also known as psychological sociology, is an area of sociology that focuses on micro-scale social actions. This area may be described as adhering to "sociological miniaturism", examining whole societies through the study of small groups as well as individual thoughts, emotions and behaviours.

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