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Social fact

Social facts are things that force individuals to do certain behaviors. The term was coined by a French sociologist Emile Durkheim to describe human behavior that is not attributed to their individual characteristic but to social facts.

See also: Emile Durkheim, Sociology, Sociological perspective

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