Societies are the highest form of social organization. The domains of interventions of this new societalogical science thus cover all the dimensions that affect our interrelations and interactions.

We can thus evaluate the overall delegation and collective management processes that are present in a society. By studying the electoral procedures, the functioning of our legislative assemblies, the presence of political parties and the role and size of governments, we can identify societal best practices and then proposes changes that can be incorporated in the constitution.

We can also study all the policies we put in place to facilitate the development of the economy. For example, how does the creation of a legal person affect the development as well as the social and societal integration of citizens, and  the functioning and the development of the collectivities? How does the absence of an upper limit to salaries and wealth accumulation affect housing? How does the incapacity of the capitalist system to create real full employment affect the collectivities?

How does our educational, social, health, legal and recreational services affect the development of our fellow citizens, of our collectivities, of our governments?

How does the quality and the quantity of jobs and houses on a territory affect the development of the society?

What about our cultures and our religions, are they all compatible with a balanced society?