Social constructivism is a branch of sociology which considers that we should be better at identifying our social relationships than our economic ones.
According to social constructivist theory, our social relations should be more accurate and meaningful than our political ones.
Social constructivism focuses on the social nature of our social interactions.
It suggests that social relationships should be structured to ensure that we are more aware of each other’s emotions and intentions, and that we form more intimate and meaningful relationships with one another.
Social constructivist theories are not exclusively academic.
They have been adopted by various social scientists as well as by politicians.