Studying Society

Psychology
applied &academic discipline, scientific study of mental processes and behaviour.
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Psychology 2
Psychologists study phenomena as perception, cognition, emotion, personality, behaviour and interpersonal relationships.
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Biology
specifically referred to biological sciences, branch of science that studies life
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Journalism
discipline of gathering, writing and reporting news, includes process of editing and presenting news articles, not limited to newspapers, magazines, radio and tv
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Sociology
systematic study of human groups and social life in modern societies, concerned with study of social institutions.
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Psychologists study phenomena as perception, cognition, emotion, personality, behaviour and interpersonal relationships.

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specifically referred to biological sciences, branch of science that studies life

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discipline of gathering, writing and reporting news, includes process of editing and presenting news articles, not limited to newspapers, magazines, radio and tv

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systematic study of human groups and social life in modern societies, concerned with study of social institutions.

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