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samonkotey
samonkotey asks:
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how will i differentiate social studies from social sciences

In Topics: Learning issues and special needs
> 60 days ago

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greenprof2
greenprof2 writes:
My understanding is that in the school curriculum the social sciences include sociology, economics, and maybe psychology, and social studies include all these plus geography and history.
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yazzieabby
yazzieabby writes:
Hello friend, you can easily differentiate social studies from social sciences as follows.
     Although Social Studies and Social Science sounds similar, both are entirely different streams of study. Social Studies deal with the study of the society as a whole, which encompass current and past events. In contrast, Social Science is branch of Science that is concerned with the study of the communal life, the evolution of human groups and folks, as well as economics, topography, ancient times, political science, psychology, social studies, sociology and so on.
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