The social sciences are branches of human knowledge related to the study of humans and human society including the fields of economics, psychology, anthropology, sociology, and political science, as well as related fields and subfields which apply scientific methods to the human condition. Social Sciences Science.
Social science is a major category of academic disciplines, concerned with society and the relationships among individuals within a society. (wikipedia)
- Wikipedia: Social science is a major category of academic disciplines, concerned with society and the relationships among individuals within a society. It in turn has many branches, each of which is considered a "social science". The social sciences include economics, political science, human geography, demography, psychology, sociology, anthropology, archaeology, jurisprudence, history, and linguistics. The term is also sometimes used to refer specifically to the field of sociology, the original 'science of society', established in the 19th century. A more detailed list of sub-disciplines within the social sciences can be found at Outline of social science.
- Social sciences
- Academic disciplines
- A SocioSite www
A multi-purpose guide for social scientists. SocioSite. A reference for researching any subject in society. Editor: Dr. Albert Benschop (University of Amsterdam). SocioSite.
- Information Department of Social Sciences, United States Military Academy www
Information for cadets, Social Sciences, United States Military Academy, cadet candidates, faculty, former faculty, and visitors to West Point. Department of Social Sciences, United States Military Academy.
- The Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice www
The Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice [SCRSJ] is based jointly at the University of Glasgow's Urban Studies Department and the Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research at the University of Aberdeen. Centre for Research on Social Justice. The SCRSJ seeks to integrate research and develop new research capacity in the field of social justice. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice.
- A Human Relations Area Files, Inc. www
A non-profit consortium of schools and research institutions collecting and compiling information to facilitate cross-cultural studies in ethnography and archaeology. Relations Area Files, Inc.. Features list of publications and subscription information. Human Relations Area Files, Inc..
- The NSF Anthropology Program www
The National Science Foundation's research initiative to promote basic scientific research on the causes and consequences of human social and cultural variation. Anthropology Program. Features grants and awards information, staff directory, and history of the program. NSF Anthropology Program.
- Kevin Archaeology: An Introduction www
Kevin Greene's selection of Internet links to supplement the 4th edition of his book, Introduction, by chapter and section, with alphabetical index. Archaeology: An Introduction.
- Tennessee Bibliographies for Anthropological Research www
Tennessee Archaeology Net provides categorized bibliographies. Bibliographies for Anthropological Research.
- Series Country Studies: Area Handbook Series www
Series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division sponsored by the Department of the Army. Studies: Area Handbook Series. This online series presently contains studies of 102 countries. Country Studies: Area Handbook Series.
- Information Theodora.com - Countries of the World www
Information from the CIA World Fact Book (with 20 years of archives), Countries of the World, United Nations Statistical Office, Library of Congress Country Studies and other sources. Features calculated country ranks, maps, country and airport codes. Theodora.com - Countries of the World.
- A Cognitive Science’s Top 100 www
A ranked list of influential publications with comments on their impact. Cognitive Science’s Top 100.
- Interactive Brain and Behavior, from Serendip www
Interactive exhibits, and Behavior, from Serendip, forum, and links aimed at exploring the observational basis and significance of the assertion that the nervous system underlies all aspects of human behavior and experience. Brain and Behavior, from Serendip.
- Resource Claes de Vreese www
Resource for teaching and research on political communication, Vreese, public opinion, media effects, campaigns, and media and politics. Claes de Vreese.
- Interactive Reaching Out: The Evolution of Communication www
Interactive educational site discusses changes in communication technology, Out: The Evolution of Communication, from hieroglyphics to the printing press to the Web. Reaching Out: The Evolution of Communication.
- Alexa: Social Sciences Science
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Social Sciences Science
- DMOZ: Social Sciences Science
dmoz.org Directory: Social Sciences Science