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Soft science fiction

Soft science fiction is science fiction which explores the reactions of societies or individuals to problems posed by natural phenomena or technological developments.

Plots tend to focus on psychology and sociology while de-emphasizing the details of technological hardware and physical laws.

Authors often thought of as exemplifying soft science fiction:

Compare hard science fiction, space opera, comic science fiction



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