social behavior

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social behavior

[′sō·shəl bi′hā·vyər]
(zoology)
Any behavior on the part of an organism stimulated by, or acting upon, another member of the same species.
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Coun Ayoub Khan, cabinet member for local services and community safety, said: "These interim orders will bring some relief and protection to the people of Northfield who have had to endure these unacceptable levels of anti social behaviour.
A number of anti-on social behaviour forms were handed to youths during March for their behaviour on the industrial estate and separate incidents in North Skelton.
West YorKshire Police Assistant Chief Constable John Robins said: "Anti social behaviour can blight a local community and we are doing all we can to stamp it out.
As part of the plan, the force has vowed to make extensive use of anti social behaviour orders, acceptable behaviour contracts and fixed penalty notices.
The fence was located near a secluded area of the street and attracted young people who would cause anti social behaviour for tenants living locally.
I'm delighted that SCH's anti social behaviour team, which has been providing an excellent service to its own tenants over the past four years, will now be able to extend this to all residents in the borough regardless of whether they own their own property or are privately renting from a landlord.
Crackdown on crime in Carrington Street, Birkenhead, during the police raids yesterday Pictures: MARTIN BIRCHALL; Merseyside Police Anti Social Behaviour task force team set out on the raids
At Charter Housing, a Gwent-based housing association, our approach to anti- social behaviour is very much in line with Government thinking.