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social science

n.
1. The study of human society and of individual relationships in and to society.
2. A scholarly or scientific discipline that deals with such study, generally regarded as including sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, political science, and history.

social scientist n.
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Social Sciences Expo will also be a showcase of the latest developments and trends in social sciences.
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This sensitivity and critical thinking are also one of the hallmarks of social science training.
Century of Social Sciences features information aggregated from more than 300 sources and is available to researchers, faculty, authors, and students.
Century of Social Sciences features information aggregated from more than 300 sources and is available to researchers, faculty, authors, and students, allowing them to track research trends, authors, and articles over the entire century, and to identify seminal studies that form the basis for today's research.
There is no need for formal programs in the application of scientific models in social science courses.

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