There are many disciplines that fit under the umbrella of the social sciences, so you can narrow the field to one that most interests you as you select a research topic.
There are many disciplines that fit under the umbrella of the social sciences, so you can narrow the field to one that most interests you as you select a research topic.You might think of history as a branch of study that falls outside the realm of social studies. In every era of human existence, people had to relate to each other.This guide will assist you in developing your research topic and subsequent paper for PS 1955: Political Science Capstone, or other projects in the area of Political Science.
The debate over private-versus-public schools—and the funding that goes with it—is a topic that stirs strong passions and discussions among advocates on each side.
And, the ever-present specter of racism is a vexing problem that continues to plague our society.
One of the most difficult problems to solve is selecting objectives to be used for management evaluation.
An objective function based on some or all of the components of yield, species, size desirability, and environmental quality is needed.
International treaties—particularly those focusing on trade—can inflame passions in the electorate overall, in small communities and even among individuals.
Race and politics are obvious areas for sociological study, but so is the fairness of the Electoral College.
Job growth and loss—both nationally and locally—affect not just how people vote but how they relate to each other.
Globalization is a hot topic that often brings people of opposing views into heated arguments and even physical confrontations.
Many groups nationwide are firm believers in conspiracy theories, which have spawned entire groups devoted to the study and discussion of these topics.
The umbrella topic of sociology can cover everything from marriage customs—including same-sex marriage—to the ethics involved in adopting children from Third World countries.