Sociology

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Adelina Perez
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1. Sociology is “a social science that studies human societies, their interactions, and the processes that preserve and change them.”(Lotha, 2006:1). It studies different areas that humans work together in and the way they live in each level of the world as in their culture. 2. “Sociology is the scientific study of society, including patterns of social relationships, social interactions, and culture.”(Calhoun, 2002:1). Sociology deals with how people work with one another in a public world. This science is related to many other social sciences out there. For instance: political science, geography, history, psychology, anthropology, and economics, all relate to sociology. In history we learn about the first human population and their behaviors. The history of people and the way we traded our goods had some part of our interactions with one another. In geography, we learn about the atmosphere and how people are affected by earth’s physical features. In Sociological terms, geography finds out information on how our ancestors thought and changed in order to survive in the changing world. Psychology is the study of how the human mind works. Sociology relates to sociology because they both study humans and their thoughts. Anthropology is the study of humankind and how our civilization has developed. In sociology, we can see that anthropology saw how the sciences of human and its beginning came about. Economics concerns with the human monetary status and how they are able to keep going in the world to eat, create harvest, and continue the same cycle to stay where they need to be. Sociology studies how men and women can make a living with their growth and business. In political science, humans form a government. Sociology focuses on the political behavior of each person and the branch where they work in. 3. The difference between quantitative and qualitative methods is that they both deal with research but have different types of methods....
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