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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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It should be noted that before 1970, however, the social sciences in general and sociology in particular had also failed miserably in elucidating the discussion of the pluralistic values of racial groups in general and blacks in particular.
In the short run, said Soveacha, the centre will act as a platform for the three universities to promote the Kingdom's research on the international stage while in the long run, it will improve the culture of research in human and social sciences, through education and research infrastructure.
Addressing on the occasion, the speakers threw light on the fundamental role that the social sciences and humanities play in the new global community.
Lesson #5: Prepare for a Future Where Social Science Evidence Is an Expected Part of Constitutional Litigation
The conference will be organized on the sidelines of first ever largest Social Sciences Expo of Asia on 24th - 25th of February 2016.
* There are always a few highly visible social science journalists and other types of communicators who keep this kind of research on the public agenda.
The main objective of this study is to analyze publications and citations data for comparative assessment of social science research in five South Asia countries, namely Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.
How has globalization affected the social sciences? How has it changed the character of social science pursuits?
They recognize the importance of traditional social science sub-disciplines, arguing that they are well established and have their own analytical structures and traditions.
What does a social science approach to studying the web involve, and how does it differ from other disciplinary approaches?
Other universities do not seem to have faculties but rather schools of social sciences.
The dust jacket promises us that this book examines the place of the social sciences in the teaching and research conducted by Australian universities.

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