Social mood shapes all collective social activities. Here is a partial list of topics directly influenced by social mood that have been written about from a socionomic perspective.
Presidential elections, political polarization, war and peace, national birthrates, feminism, environmentalism, drug legalization, higher education, murder rates, serial killings, social media, social unrest, science, nuclear weapons testing, immigration, finance, disease epidemics, housing, regulation and censorship, government entitlements, international relations, cyberspace threats, trade barriers and tariffs, secession, nationalism, formal apologies by nations and religions, authoritarianism, height of skyscrapers, Federal Reserve mood, monetary and fiscal policy
Movies, television, music, art, literature, fashion, celebrity, scandals, fitness trends, self-help, individual and cultural narcissism, superstardom, baseball, football, basketball, golf, mixed martial arts, car design and colors, beverage trends
History, psychology, biology, political science, sociology, economics, evolutionary theory, linguistics, intellectual trends