Social Sciences

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Social science is the branch of science devoted to the study of societies and the relationships among individuals within those societies. The term was formerly used to refer to the field of sociology, the original "science of society", established in the 19th century. In addition to sociology, it now encompasses a wide array of academic disciplines, including anthropology, archaeology, economics, human geography, linguistics, management science, media studies, political science, psychology, and social history.[1]

Sociogram representing social links and relationships

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Social sciences(30 cats, 19 pgs)
Anthropology(9 cats, 28 pgs)
Business(33 cats, 111 pgs)
Communication(14 cats, 18 pgs)
Criminal justice(7 pgs)
Cultural studies(5 cats, 6 pgs)
Domestic violence(empty)
Economics(14 cats, 103 pgs)
Education(37 cats, 270 pgs)
Ethnology(8 cats, 10 pgs)
Facilitating Online(27 pgs)
Geography(10 cats, 30 pgs)
History(16 cats, 76 pgs)
Home Economics(3 pgs)
Information sciences(6 cats, 4 pgs)
Language studies(3 cats, 1 pg)
Law(9 cats, 8 pgs)
Political science(21 cats, 81 pgs)
Psychology(76 cats, 74 pgs, 1 file)
Recreation(6 cats, 2 pgs)
School of Life(1 cat, 2 pgs)
Social research(8 pgs)
Social Science courses(12 cats, 7 pgs)
Social Sciences stubs(7 cats, 1 pg)
Social theory(1 cat, 2 pgs)
Social work(1 pg)
Sociology(16 cats, 42 pgs)
Women's studies(7 pgs)

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