(figurative) It was the study of history that gave birth to the social sciences.
It is still difficult to develop indicators for many concepts used in social science.
Since when do you read social science?
That's social science from the 1960s.
Sample Surveys and Social Science Research, I think, by Mehta.
I think entrepreneurs are the scientists in the social science.
Oh yes, you're Chairman of the Social Science Society, aren't you?
Social science disciplines include geography, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology.
Anyway, now that we discussed facial hair, let's move to social science.
They've advised me to resign as Chairman of the Social Science Society.
McCarthy taught social sciences in public high schools for a few years.
You can read all about it in the journal Social Science Research.
Where it's done much more readily than in social sciences and humanities.
Anthropology is one of the social sciences.
Many people consider her the most influential social science researcher of the twentieth century.
Trung Nguyen heads international relations at Ho Chi Minh University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
A new social science study in the journal Nature Climate Change backs my anecdotal experience.
The findings are in the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Social science research has led to many new understandings of how people find happiness, Santos says.
The marches may have passed the peak, adds Dieter Rucht at the Berlin Social Science Centre.
It concentrates on the writing skills needed for assignments in the Departments of Economics and Social Sciences.
David Brockington, a lecturer in politics and social science methods at the University of Plymouth, told Newsweek.