Sociometric distance

sociometric distance

Some measurable degree of mutual or social perception, acceptance, and understanding; hypothetically, greater sociometric distance is associated with more inaccuracy in evaluating a relationship (e.g., it is easier to understand and deal with a native than a foreigner).

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