Definition of 'social science'
Example sentences containing 'social science'
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It introduces geography, history and social science into the business education equation. Times, Sunday Times (2007)My daughter is thinking about studying social sciences at a European university. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A man with a beard suggested that industry should study social science more. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Through his weaving of narrative and political and social science, he finds a deft device for making complex questions easy to read. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Translations for 'social science'
British English: social science NOUN
Social science is the scientific study of society.
The research methods of social science generate two kinds of data.
- American English: social science
- Brazilian Portuguese: ciências sociais
- Chinese: 社会科学
- European Spanish: ciencia social
- French: sciences humaines
- German: Sozialwissenschaft
- Italian: scienze sociali
- Japanese: 社会学
- Korean: 사회과학
- European Portuguese: ciências sociais
- Spanish: ciencia social
Definition of social science from the Collins English Dictionary
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