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1.What are the Social Sciences?

2.Instructions You will watch three short videos. Each video will introduce you to one of the three social sciences we will bestudying. As you watch each introductory video, make notes on your Venn diagram. You may write in point form. Try to write down key words or phrases that seem to capture the essence ofeach social science. Be prepared to share some of your ideas with the class after each video.

3.Video # 1: AnthropologyVideo title: WhyStudy Anthropology?(uOttawa)Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v vcRqWbhwSq4

4.Discussion: What words or phrases can be associated withAnthropology?

5.Video # 2: PsychologyVideo: An Introductionto the Discipline ofPsychology (MACAT)Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v J3nlGWelVj8

6.Discussion: What words or phrases can be associated withPsychology?

7.Video # 3: SociologyVideo: An Introductionto the Discipline ofSociologyLink:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v 32KG ba NJc

8.Discussion: What words or phrases can be associated withSociology?

9.Anthropology: An Overview The word anthropology is derived from two Greek words “Anthropos” meaning humans and“logia” meaning study. It is the science that studies the origin, development, and customs of human beings. It involves the study of people, both in the past and in the present day, using many methodsincluding studying and classifying fossils and artifacts, and analyzing behaviours, languages, andother characteristics of specific cultural groups. Two major branches within anthropology include cultural anthropology and physicalanthropology. Physical anthropology: examining bone and stone remains of our ancient ancestors, studyingprimates, and examining the physical differences and similarities of existing human populations. Cultural anthropology: learning about the origins and cultures of different races and peoples,studying the history and structure of language, examining the ways humans use language tocommunicate, and studying the physical remains of past cultures. Essentially, anthropology examines what makes humans “human.”

10.Psychology: An Overview Psychology comes from the Greek words psyche (“soul” or “mind”) and logos (“studyof”). It is interested in the human mind and how it functions. Psychologists often look for links between human behaviour and the mental processes. Psychologists will study the following mental activities: Cognition - knowledge and beliefs Emotions - affect, mood and feelings Motivations - drives, needs, desires and goals It often involves constructing models to understand individual experiences. Essentially, psychologists are intrigued by what’s happening inside the mind.

11.Sociology: An Overview Sociology comes from the Greek words socius meaning “companion” and logy meaning“study of.” Studies how humans relate to one another on a social level. Sociologists often look for patterns in human behaviour and use statistics to studysocietal trends, issues, individuals, and groups. It can take 2 approaches: Macrosociology: concerned with studying society as a whole and analyzing socialsystems and populations on a large scale. Microsociology: concerned with the role and interactions an individual or small group ofpeople may have on society. Essentially, sociologists are interested in human interactions and how social systemsand institutions shape individuals and groups in society (eg. government, religion,media).

12.Sources 2016. Social Sciences and Related Disciplines. http://hsp3usta.blogspot.ca/ Barter. (2016). Intro to APS. Retrieved fromhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byd-viQUdKZ6NUNhRFZranI1TEU/view Moffatt. The Three Social Sciences. TVDSB. Retrieved fromhttp://www.tvdsb.ca/webpages/moffattl/hsp3m.cfm?subpage 133669

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Physical anthropology: examining bone and stone remains of our ancient ancestors, studying primates, and examining the physical differences and similarities of existing human populations. Cultural anthropology: learning about the origins and cultures of different races and peoples, studying the history and structure of language, examining the ...

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