*List of MeSH codes

Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena I01 - social sciences I02 - education I03 - human activities J - ... biological phenomena, cell phenomena, and immunity G05 - genetic processes G06 - biochemical phenomena, metabolism, and ... chemical and pharmacologic phenomena G13 - genetic phenomena G14 - genetic structures H - Physical Sciences H01 - natural ... psychological phenomena and processes F03 - mental disorders F04 - behavioral disciplines and activities G - Biological ...

*Medical Subject Headings

Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena [I] Technology and Food and Beverages [J] Humanities [K] Information ...

*Eduardo P. Archetti

The Centre for Social Anthropology at the Institute of Economic and Social Development (CAS-IDES) provides, since 2006, the " ... He developed a masters program in Rural Sociology at FLACSO-Quito and was a consultant to the World Bank in Zambia, Burkina ... He studied at the Military School "General Paz" in Córdoba and completed his secondary education at the Absalón Rojas School in ... Interested in studying the rural phenomenon in Latin America, he attempted to realize his doctoral thesis in Cuba. He, however ...

*Psychoanalytic sociology

... he outlined a theory of social psychology. In 1946, Fenichel considered that '"Comparative sociology of education" is a new ... reappropriated Freud's work and applied it to social phenomena, and in particular in his Freudian Theory and the Pattern of ... Lévi-Strauss's structural anthropology...[for] what will be termed the Symbolic'. Post-Lacanians would continue to explore such ... 711-12 Talcott Parsons, "The Superego and the Theory of Social Systems", in Social Structure and Personality (1964). ...

*Affective science

Research over the last two decades suggests that many phenomena, ranging from individual cognitive processing to social and ... In particular affective science includes psychology, neuroscience, sociology, psychiatry, anthropology, ethology, archaeology, ... economics, criminology, law, political science, history, geography, education and linguistics. Research is also informed by ... The major challenge for this interdisciplinary domain is to integrate research focusing on the same phenomenon, emotion and ...

*Practice theory

Several works of his are considered classics, not only in sociology, but also in anthropology, education, international ... Methodological individualism: A claim that social phenomena must be explained by explaining how they reduce to individual ... Social life is more than random individual acts, but is not merely determined by social forces. There is a social structure - ... According to structural theory in anthropology and social anthropology, meaning is produced and reproduced within a culture ...

*Sociology of language

... which researches social groups for phenomenon like multilingualism and Lingual conflict. It would have to do with who is ' ... Chen, Su-Chiao (2012). "Sociology of Language". In Nancy Hornberger and David Corson. Encyclopedia of Language and Education: ... Anthropological linguistics Code-mixing Code-switching Linguistic anthropology Language variety Fishman, Joshua A. (1972). The ... A sociology of language would seek to understand the way that social dynamics are affected by individual and group language use ...

*Pierre L. van den Berghe

Caneville; the Social Structure of a South African Town. Middletown, Conn: Wesleyan University Press. Anthropology portal ... Pierre L. van den Berghe (born 1933) is professor emeritus of sociology and anthropology at the University of Washington, where ... The Ethnic Phenomenon. New York: Elsevier. ---. 1979. Human Family Systems: An Evolutionary View. New York: Elsevier. ---. 1977 ... Inequality in the Peruvian Andes: Class and Ethnicity in Cuzco. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. ---. 1975. Man in ...

*Social simulation

... of computational sociology which is a recently developed branch of sociology that uses computation to analyze social phenomena ... Social simulation can refer to a general class of strategies for understanding social dynamics using computers to simulate ... anthropology, geography, engineering, archaeology and linguistics (Takahashi, Sallach & Rouchier 2007). Social simulation aims ... The social science is a mixture of sciences and social part of the model. It is where the social phenomena is developed and ...

*Social science

... sociology and anthropology. The education of an individual human begins at birth and continues throughout life. (Some believe ... Social constructionism considers how social phenomena develop in social contexts. Structuralism is an approach to the human ... sociology, social anthropology, psychology, and human geography. Delanty, G. (1997). Social science: Beyond constructivism and ... As a social science, the discipline often overlaps with sociology, psychology, anthropology, biology, political science, ...

*Social medicine

Epidemiology Medical anthropology Medical sociology Social determinants of health in poverty Social epidemiology Social ... Waitzkin, Howard; Iriart, Celia; Estrada, Alfredo; Lamadrid, Silvia (2001-10-01). "Social Medicine Then and Now: Lessons From ... Biosocial understandings of medical phenomena are urgently needed'. The field of social medicine is most commonly addressed ... The field of social medicine seeks to: understand how social and economic conditions impact health, disease and the practice of ...

*Race & Class

"Social Issues", 66 out of 89 in "Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary", and 107 out of 138 in "Sociology". "Race & Class - ... "Journals Ranked by Impact: Anthropology". 2011 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Science ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2012. ( ... the phenomenon of Black Power, and the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries. The journal was opened to radical scholars and ... Class was responsive to some of the major events that shaped the 1970s, specifically the period's widespread and rapid social ...

*Trickle-down effect

... each social class influenced by a higher social class. Two conflicting principles drive this diffusion dynamic. Lesser social ... Hirsch, Eric; Hirsch, Lecturer in Social Anthropology Department of Human Sciences Eric; Silverstone, Roger (2003-09-02). ... Trying to assign order to a complex phenomenon that usually consists of a range of factors including imitation and ... Simmel, Georg (May 1957). "Fashion" (PDF). The American Journal of Sociology. 62. doi:10.1086/222102. Veblen, Thorstein (2015- ...

*Base and superstructure

Dictionary of the Social Sciences, "Base and superstructure" entry. Scaff, Lawrence A. The British Journal of Sociology , Vol. ... To make sense of this phenomenon, Reich recategorized social ideology as an element in the base-not the superstructure. In this ... History and Class Consciousness. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1972. Postone, Moishe. Time, Labour, and Social ... Marx's theory of base and superstructure can be found in the disciplines of political science, sociology, anthropology, and ...

*Social fact

In sociology, social facts are values, cultural norms, and social structures that transcend the individual and can exercise ... "they cannot be confused with organic phenomena, nor with physical phenomena, which have no existence save in and through the ... 1999). "Cultural Anthropology". in Edgar, Andrew and Sedgwick, Peter R. (eds.). Key Concepts in Cultural Theory. New York: ... They are at once political and domestic, being of interest both to classes and to clans and families. They are religious; they ...

*Paul Dourish

... and Social Studies of Science and Technology. Dourish combines this technical research with sociology, anthropology, and ... Some classes Dourish teaches are Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction, Social Analysis of Computerization, and Human-Computer ... Through the studies, he sought knowledge of private practice as a social phenomenon. His second study involved the impact on ... Collective Information Practice: Exploring Privacy and Security as Social and Cultural Phenomena. Human-Computer Interaction, ...

*The Remembered Village

... and could be used to explain other social phenomena, such as prestige among English trade unions. David Francis Pocock argued ... The disparity in rank between the economic status and the ritual status could result in high jati classes moving up the varna ... Joshi, P.C. (1 January 1978). "The remembered village: A bridge between old and new anthropology". Contributions to Indian ... Celarent, Barbara (May 2012). "The Remembered Village by M. N. Srinivas: A Review" (PDF). American Journal of Sociology. 117 (6 ...

*Outline of community

... recently developed branch of sociology that uses computation to analyze social phenomena Cultural anthropology - field of ... interdisciplinary approach to higher education covering distinct fields of study Virtual community - See Virtual community ... Social philosophy - philosophical study of interesting questions about social behavior (typically, of humans). Social sciences ... scholarly elucidation and debate of accounts of the nature of the social sciences Rural sociology - field of sociology ...

*Academy of Christian Humanism University

College of Anthropology Anthropology College of Dance Dance College of Education Pedagogy of Primary education Pedagogy of ... Relations Political Science College of Psychology Psychology College of Social Work Social Work College of Sociology Sociology ... extension and interdisciplinary studies of the phenomena characteristic of contemporary society. This University has been ... special programs and 9 master's programs in the areas of Social Sciences, Education, Arts and Culture, State, Economy and ...

*History of anthropology by country

... the discipline of social anthropology was introduced within the Department of Sociology. The new association of Anthropology ... Marxist theory was predominantly used to analyze social phenomena, and was combined with social evolution theory that viewed ... Later, French Structural Marxism influenced the social sciences to take an interest in the study of class structures. Over time ... Social anthropology also began to make a comeback, leading to identity problems for social anthropology as a discipline in a ...

*Haim Hazan

... of the professional committee at the Israeli Ministry of Education for a curriculum for the Bagrut in social anthropology.[ ... He studied for his B.A. in sociology, anthropology and literature and his M.A. in sociology and anthropology, both at Tel Aviv ... An updated edition was published in Hebrew in 2003.) Old Age as a Social Phenomenon, (Hebrew). Tel Aviv, Ministry of Defense ... This book is an expose of major trends and themes in social anthropology. Hazan offers an introduction to the main theoretical ...

*Childhood studies

CS draws on scholarship in the social sciences (specifically anthropology, economics, history, and sociology), the humanities ( ... "a complex social phenomenon." Additionally, it studies the relationship of children's agency, participating as social actors. ... as a generational and social class in all their civil, political, social, economic and cultural dimensions. In this wider and ... C]hildren also exist . . . as individuals, as a social and cultural class, and as a historical generation." York's Children's ...

*Social epidemiology

... and research overlaps with several social science fields, most notably economics, medical anthropology, medical sociology, ... However, intersecting social science fields often use health and disease in order to explain specifically social phenomenon ( ... Exposures of interest to social epidemiologists include individual-level measures (e.g., poverty, education, social isolation ... Social Epidemiology. Oxford University Press. pp. 1-16. ISBN 978-0-19-537790-3. Krieger, N (2001). "A glossary for social ...

*Sociology of culture

Peacock, James L. (1981). "Durkheim and the Social Anthropology of Culture". Social Forces. Oxford University Press. 59 (4, ... while cultural sociology sees culture as a component of explanations of social phenomena. As opposed to the field of cultural ... For instance, relationships between popular culture, political control, and social class were early and lasting concerns in the ... Communication studies Cultural anthropology Cultural Sociology (journal) Cultural studies Culture Sociology Sociology of ...

*Nomothetic and idiographic

In sociology, the nomothetic model tries to find independent variables that account for the variations in a given phenomenon (e ... Nomothetic describes the study of classes or cohorts of individuals. Here the subject is seen as an exemplar of a population ... The problem of whether to use nomothetic or idiographic approaches is most sharply felt in the social sciences, whose subject ... In anthropology, idiographic describes the study of a group, seen as an entity, with specific properties that set it apart from ...

*National Museum of Brazil

Currently, the National Museum offers graduate courses in the following areas: Anthropology and Sociology, Botany, Geology and ... Ornaments in the members and the head of the figures expressed the social identity of the deceased. Tupi-Guaraní culture, which ... In the area of education, the museum offers specializations, extension and post-graduation courses in several fields of the ... and fantastic creatures associated to natural elements and phenomena. Best represented groups, in the context of Andean ...