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n.1.The quality or state of being social.
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In The Socialness of Things: Essays on the Semiotics of Objects, edited by Stephen Harold Riggins, pp.
Riggins, The Socialness of Things: Essays on the Socio-Semiotics of Objects, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, New York, 1994, p.
Bailey stated that organizations that value sociability or social cultures--defined by high socialness and friendliness--deliver mediocrity because friends are less likely to hold one another to performance standards.
The Socialness of Things : Essays on the Socio-semiotics of Objects, Berlin/New York, Mouton de Gruyter : 251-284.
David ties his analysis to the work of philosophers who are concerned with 'the socialness of things' (p.
There's a forced socialness, which I think is good for people,'' she observes.

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