What is another word for social solidarity?

Pronunciation: [sˈə͡ʊʃə͡l sˌɒlɪdˈaɹɪti] (IPA)

Social solidarity refers to the level of unity and cooperation among members of a society. Synonyms for this concept include social cohesion, community spirit, and collective cooperation. Social cohesion refers to the ability of individuals to come together and work toward a common goal. Community spirit relates to the feelings of kinship, support, and cooperation experienced within a community. Collective cooperation refers to the ability of individuals to work together towards a shared goal. Other synonyms for social solidarity include community involvement, social connectedness, and mutual support. Regardless of the term used, social solidarity is an important aspect of a healthy and functioning society, as it promotes a sense of belonging and interconnectedness among members.

Synonyms for Social solidarity:

What are the hypernyms for Social solidarity?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    Collective cohesion, Social harmony, community unity.

Famous quotes with Social solidarity

  • Poverty and inequality like this should cause Europeans to cringe in horror, especially since (we have it on good authority) there is no safety net in America, no unemployment benefits, no retirement, no assistance for the destitute--not the slightest bit of social solidarity. In the U.S. "only the most fortunate have the right to medical care and to grow old with dignity," as one writer recently put it in Libération. University courses are reserved only for those who can pay, which partly explains the "low level of education" in the benighted US.
    Jean-François Revel
  • The group is only interested in the formal publishing of individuals for the purpose of establishing their social solidarity.
    Laura Riding

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