Social-science meaning

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The definition of social science is the study of people and their relationships and interactions in society.
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Economics - the study of the ways in which a society deals with money and the availability of goods.
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History - the study of man’s past and his decisions in order to find relationships between the events and causes for them.
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A scholarly or scientific discipline that deals with such study, generally regarded as including sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, political science, and history.
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Anthropology - the study of the cultural, social, and physical development of humans.
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Psychology - the study of the mind’s functions as they relate to one’s physical and social environment.
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Sociology - the study of of social behavior and societies.
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Geography - the study of the Earth and the way humans are dispersed on it.
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Criminology - the study of the criminal behavior of both individuals and of society.
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Political science - the study of the processes and principles of government and other political institutions.
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Education - the study of how people gain knowledge.
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Law - the study of the rules that society lives by and how they are formed or influenced by popular beliefs.
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Linguistics - the study of the structure of language, its syntax, phonology, semantics, phonetics, morphology, and the nature of language and its variations.
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Archaeology - the study of past civilizations, with information gleaned from material remains, such as, artifacts, buildings, graves, etc.
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Religion - the relationship between humans and God or gods.

An example of social science is a group of anthropologists digging up clay water pots from an ancient Egyptian marketplace.

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The study of human society and of individual relationships in and to society.
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Any of several fields of study, as economics, political science, or anthropology, dealing with the structure of society and the activity of its members.
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The study of human society and of individual relationships in and to society.
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A scholarly or scientific discipline that deals with such study, generally regarded as including sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, political science, and history.
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Any of various disciplines that study human society and social relationships, including sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, political science, and history.
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A branch of science that studies the society and human behavior in it, including anthropology, communication studies, criminology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, social studies, and sociology.
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Attributive form of social science.

Social-science subjects.

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The study of people living together in groups, families, etc., and their customs, activities, etc.
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