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An introduction to the social sciences

Open University. DD121 Course Team.

An introduction to the social sciences

understanding social change : level 1.

by Open University. DD121 Course Team.

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Published by Open University in Milton Keynes .
Written in English


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ISBN 100749268115
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The book provides an insightful introduction, concerned with the ways in which the study of society is scientific. Then it proceeds by way of the 'disciplines' that comprise the main social sciences: there are sections on 'economics', 'sociology', 'political science', 'social policy', 'geography', 'psychology' and 'philosophy'.5/5(2). Week 4: Introduction to social science Introduction. Welcome to Week 4 of the course. The first week divided the range of subjects that it is possible to study at university into three broad areas: arts and humanities – these included the topic that this course explored in the last two weeks ; social science – your focus for this week and next.

An insight into statistics is a comprehensive introduction to probability theory and statistical methods in the social sciences. The book forms the basis for empirical studies within disciplines such as economics, sociology and political science. The practical approach is illustrated. Get this from a library! Introduction to the social sciences. [John Jay Bonstingl] -- Readings and activities introduce the student to logic and reasoning skills, study skills, psychology, sociology, anthropology, geography, history, political science, economics, and futuristics.


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