Traducción de social science en Español:

social science

ciencia social, n.


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    ciencia social femenino
    • He applied the method of analysis to political economy, which put a ‘logic of the human will’ at the centre of social science.
    • A second recent development in the study of marriage has revived the project of comparative social science as a complement to the ethnographic discipline of fieldwork.
    • Our research is multidisciplinary and represents social science, medicine, and volcanology.
    • This is an interesting and informative introduction to debates in the philosophy and methodology of social science.
    • No doubt Peukert's impatience with Max Weber has something to do with his own vision of what social science is and what methods may be best for its study.
    • All of this work had the same aim as his first study - to better human life through social science.
    • The domain of their creative energy is confined to one specific department of science, namely social science.
    • He argues that modern social science rests on dubious theological assumptions.
    • He has a B.S. in environmental studies and an M.S. in social science.
    • Ives said any efforts to tackle the problems must be linked to human sciences such as anthropology, social science, and human geography.
    • Contemporary philosophers of social science have taken issue with traditional ideas about objectivity.
    • For the past four years Ray, who lives in Whalley Range, Manchester, has spent at least three hours every day studying for an Open University degree in social science.
    • She began to feel that there was something which should be done about the system itself, so after two years she felt she should return to study social science.
    • It is an extension of the evolution of the scientific method in the physical sciences into social science.
    • It's just that much of this analysis boils down to either social history or cultural sociology - in other words, social science.
    • The final section of this chapter deals with wider issues and with the relative role of science and social science.
    • Agricultural economics is typically selected as a field of study by students who are interested in applied business or social science.
    • However, in 1911 he gave up the idea of training for the priesthood and embarked on the study of philosophy, social science, and natural science.
    • For social science to seem scientific, the first requirement is that people have numbers.
    • Courses in literature, social science, and science were analytical, not moralistic.