Social Construct

Sociology (Humanities), 1966

Something society made up all by itself which can be changed and engineered by re-programming bad people to think “correctly”.

Otherwise known as nurture or conditioning, but neither of those sound intellectual™ for things deriving from Freud like social constructivism_.Borrowed from the economics term “fictional entities”, the discredited field of “phenomenology”, and Personal Construct Theory (psychoanalysis), sociologists Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann attempted a disastrous response to the theory of Signs in a 1996 book “The Social Construction of Reality”. By 1982, Evelyn Kallen had translated it into law with “Ethnicity and human rights in Canada”.