Social-evolution



noun, Sociology.
1.
the gradual development of society and social forms, institutions, etc., usually through a series of peaceful stages.
Compare revolution (def 2).
social evolution
noun
1.
(sociol) the process of social development from an early simple type of social organization to one that is complex and highly specialized

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