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Branches or types of social studies

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Branches or types of social studies

  1. 1. History Sociology Geography Geology Politics Law Government Archaeology Anthropology Linguistics International Relations Psychology
  2. 2.  The study of Social Behaviors of Human in society past or present. Reactions to events and time and so on. History is important because it allows us to recognize the mistakes of our past, and allow us to learn from them and to also never do them again. It allows us to study the nature of mankind and can help us recognize why we do what we do. History is important for many reasons, but basically it is there to learn from.
  3. 3.  The study of the past. Major studies 1. Religions 2. World 3. Philippines  The study of the Society. Major Study 1. Culture 2. Civilization
  4. 4.  The study of the physical features of the earth. Major studies 1. Human - 2. Physical  The study of the earth's physical structure and substance, its history, and the processes that act on it. Major Studies 1. Mineralogy 2. Petrology 3. Geomorphology 4. Geochemistry 5. Geophysics 6. Sedimentology 7. Structural geology 8. Economic geology
  5. 5. activities that relate to influencing the actions and policies of a government or getting and keeping power in a government. the whole system or set of rules made by the government of a town, state, country, etc. The group of people who control and make decisions for a country, state, etc. A particular system used for controlling a country, state, etc. • Executive • Legislative • Judiciary 1. House of Senates 2. House of Representatives
  6. 6.  The study of Humanity.  The study of languages.  The study of foreign affairs and global issues.  The study of the past human civilization.  the science or study of the mind and behavior  the way a person or group thinks

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