A social unit is a cohesive social group that can be viewed as a foundational constituent of a society. These are often used to examine society at the lowest level of social organization. The following are common examples of a social unit.
Generally speaking, social groups that have shared identity but few shared goals and resources aren't viewed as a social unit.
A cohesive social group that can be viewed as a building block of society.
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