mobility (def 2).
the ability of individuals or groups to move within a social hierarchy with changes in income, education, occupation, etc.
social mobility definition
The ability of individuals or groups to move upward or downward in status based on wealth, occupation, education, or some other social variable.
Note: American society operates on the principle that an individual’s achievements can be rewarded by upward social mobility.
noun 1. a group of diffusely organized people or organizations striving toward a common goal relating to human society or social change, or the organized activities of such a group: The push for civil rights was a social movement that peaked in the 1950s and 1960s.
adjective 1. relating to, devoted to, or characterized by friendly companionship or relations: a social club. 2. seeking or enjoying the companionship of others; friendly; sociable; gregarious. 3. of, relating to, connected with, or suited to polite or fashionable society: a social event. 4. living or disposed to live in companionship with others or in […]
noun 1. a network of friends, colleagues, and other personal contacts: Strong social networks can encourage healthy behaviors. 2. Digital Technology. an online community of people with a common interest who use a website or other technologies to communicate with each other and share information, resources, etc.: a business-oriented social network. a website or online […]
noun 1. the development of social and professional contacts; the sharing of information and services among people with a common interest. 2. Digital Technology. the use of websites or other online technologies to communicate with people and share information, resources, etc.: I found my current job through social networking. noun the use of a website […]