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EMERGENCE OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

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A. Defining Social Sciences as the study of society.
B. Introducing the disciplines within the Social Sciences.


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EMERGENCE OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

  1. 1. Discipline and Ideas in the Social Sciences 11- HUMSS Colegio de Sta. Isabel-Laguna “ Emergence of the Social Sciences ” Prepared by: Ms. Irish Verone M. Polidario, LPT
  2. 2. Content  Defining Social Sciences as the study of society.  Introducing the disciplines within the Social Sciences.
  3. 3. SOCIAL SCIENCE as the Study of Society
  4. 4. • Basically, social science refers to the systematic study of various aspects of human society. • It is a major category of academic disciplines, dealing with society and the relationships among people within a society. • Established in 19th century.
  5. 5. Natural Science • A major branch of science that deals with the description , prediction and understanding of natural phenomena, basically based on observational and empirical evidence.
  6. 6. Two main branches of natural science: 1. LIFE SCIENCE OR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 2. PHYSICAL SCIENCE • Physics • Astronomy • Chemistry • Earth Science
  7. 7. SOCIAL SCIENCE vs. NATURAL SCIENCE
  8. 8. THINGS IN COMMON: • Both sciences employ the scientific model in order to gain information. • Both sciences use empirical and measured data evidence that can be seen and discerned by the senses. • Both sciences, theories can be tested to yield theoretical statements and general positions.
  9. 9. DIFFERENCES:
  10. 10. Humanities • Refers to the study of the ways in which the human experience is processed and documented. • Encompasses the field of philosophy, literature, religion, art, music, history and language.
  11. 11. SOCIAL SCIENCE vs. HUMANITIES
  12. 12. THINGS IN COMMON: • Both the humanities and social science are concerned with human aspects like, law, politics, linguistics, economics and psychology. • Both the humanities and social sciences are concerned with human lives and nature.
  13. 13. DIFFERENCES:
  14. 14. GUESS THE PIC
  15. 15. ANTHROPOLOGY
  16. 16. ECONOMICS
  17. 17. GEOGRAPHY
  18. 18. HISTORY
  19. 19. LINGUISTICS
  20. 20. POLITICAL SCIENCE
  21. 21. PSYCHOLOGY
  22. 22. SOCIOLOGY
  23. 23. DEMOGRAPHY
  24. 24. DISCIPLINES OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  25. 25. ANTHROPOLOGY • Derived from the Greek words anthropos meaning “human” and logos meaning “word” or “study of”. Therefore, Anthropology is “the study of man” • Anthropologists study humans and their societies in the past and present. Two fields: 1. Physical Anthropology 2. Cultural Anthropology
  26. 26. Physical Anthropology • The study of the past and present evolution of the human species and is especially concerned with understanding the causes of present human diversity.
  27. 27. Cultural Anthropology • The branch of anthropology concerned with the study of human societies and cultures and their development.
  28. 28. ECONOMICS • Aims to study how to manage the limited resources to satisfy the unlimited wants of individuals. It is also seen as the production, consumption, and transfer of goods. • It is how people interact with the market to attain or accomplish their certain goals. Two major fields: 1. Microeconomics 2. Macroeconomics
  29. 29. Microeconomics • The part of economics concerned with single factors and the effects of individual decisions.
  30. 30. Macroeconomics • The part of economics concerned with large-scale or general economic factors, such as interest rates and national productivity.
  31. 31. GEOGRAPHY • Deals with studying the lands and features of the earth. Fields of Geography: 1. Systematic Geography 1.1 Physical Geography 1.2 Cultural/Human Geography 2. Regional Geography
  32. 32. Physical Geography • The branch of geography dealing with natural features and processes.
  33. 33. Cultural/Human Geography • The study of the many cultural aspects found throughout the world and how they relate to the spaces and places where they originate and then travel as people continually move across various areas.
  34. 34. Regional Geography • Branch of geography that studies the world's regions.
  35. 35. HISTORY • Derived from the word "historia" meaning "to inquire or research". • History mainly focuses on the evolution of mankind and the events that has taken place within that evolution. • The study of the past and its records about events.
  36. 36. "History is the bridge that connects the past with the present and future."
  37. 37. Linguistics • The scientific study of languages and focuses on the three aspect of language: language form, language meaning, and language in context.
  38. 38. POLITICAL SCIENCE • A social science which deals with the system of governance and the analysis of political activities, political thoughts and political behavior. It deals extensively with the theory and practice of politics which is commonly thought of as determining of the distribution of power and resources.
  39. 39. PSYCHOLOGY • The scientific study of the mind and behavior. School of Psychology: •Structuralism •Functionalism •Psychodynamic •Behaviorism •Cognitive •Socio-cultural Major Area of Psychology: • Biopsychology • Experimental • Developmental and personality psychology • Health, clinical and counseling psychology • Socio-industrial- organizational consumer • Cross cultural psychology
  40. 40. DEMOGRAPHY • The study of human population and dynamics which include components such as population size (actual head count of people in a given place of location), population composition (age, sex, religion), population growth, population distribution.
  41. 41. -Ms. Ivy Polidario

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