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someone expert in the study of human society and its personal relationships

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The quality of teaching, research, and community service of social scientists in any university system depends on information sources and services.
It is high time the government learnt this and stopped distorting historical facts established since ages," says Delhi-based social scientist Naveen Makhija.
Social scientists need to be more forthcoming and share their research findings to benefit government managers, policymakers, and society at large.
Second, in studying people, the social scientist must also take people's values into account (e.
Introduction to Applied Data Science Methods for Social Scientists, in association with the Social Science Data Lab (D-Lab) at the University of California-Berkeley
We learn the value of embedding social scientists with military units and how important their knowledge and expertise are for military leaders to achieve an understanding of today's complex, culturally diverse operational environments.
ISLAMABAD -- Dr Masoom Yasinzai, vice chancellor, Quaid-e-Azam University(QAU) Islamabad has underscored need for applied research in the universities and higher educational institutions of Pakistan terming the lack of social scientists in the country as dangerous.
The population of the study comprises 70 social scientist from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (Department of Economics, Education, History, Geography, Pakistan studies and Gender Studies, Political Science and International Relations, Mass communication, Sociology, Applied Psychology, Philosophy, Multan College of Arts, Undergraduate Studies in Social Sciences) in Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan.
Once the staff's problems and questions emerged from the meeting's conversations, the next step was for the HTAT social scientist to write a research design in keeping with 4ID's LOEs.
One sees Tocqueville's role as a social scientist if one substitutes 'mechanisms' for 'laws' in his text: one then realises that what he is describing is something that has universal relevance.
For every ideologically driven social scientist who fits McIntyre's stereotype, there are many others, especially in fields like economics, psychology, and political science, already doing what he proposes.
Cultural anthropologist, historian, social scientist, and outdoorsman Dennis Roth presents Oozing the Moon: A Sky and Night Woods Guide to the Galaxy, a memoir of his search for vision and illumination through experiencing the outdoors and the night sky.
He points out that he has served on some 15 corporate or nonprofit boards in the past 30 years, but that as a social scientist, he tended to see things differently from the CEOs and others on those boards.
A related point is the noticeable lack of methodological considerations, at least for a 'traditional' social scientist like this reviewer.
Amidst the many confusing messages parents receive today, family social scientist Bill Doherty is a countercultural voice of reason who urges parents to "take back your kids" from the consumeristic values and societal pressures that are impinging on and unbalancing our family lives.
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