Appreciate the value of disciplines of anthropology

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Appreciate the value of disciplines of Anthropology, Sociology, and Political Science associal sciences.EXPECTATIONThis module will equip you with the necessary content knowledge, skills, andcompetencies about the goals and perspectives of anthropology, sociology, and politicalscience which you can apply in understanding and analyzing, proposing solutions, andalternatives, and being actively engaged in the issues and trends within the community andthe world today.You read and understand carefully each part of the module so that you can be able toanswer various activities that will help you develop your potentials in understanding thelesson.In this module, you will be able to encounter terminologies such as social, cultural,anthropology, sociology, political science, etc. You are expected to identify the subjects ofinquiry and goals of anthropology, political science, and sociology. You will be able to adaptan open critical attitude through observation and reflection.There are various activities prepared by the writer/s that will help you understand thenature, goals, and perspectives in/of anthropology, sociology, and political science. It ishoped that you will learn to value the knowledge and wisdom of this module.
4AP11-Qrt1-Week1PRE-TESTDirection:True or False.WriteTif the statement is true andFif it is false.___________1. Social change may be a product of technological change.___________2. Values shape our behavior more than our attitude,___________3. Our social categories such as being male or female, single or married, orrich or poor shape the way we see and interpret the social world.___________4. Values may often manifest in beliefs.___________5. Beliefs are firmly held opinions or convictions.___________6. An inherent feature of social change is violent actions.___________7. A person’s sex dictates what he/she can and cannot expect in life.___________8. Cultures around the world are different; therefore, they are not equal.___________9. The study of society is exclusive to sociology.___________10. Sociology was born during the Industrial Revolution.LOOKING BACKDirections:Based on the previous activity, discuss your observations based on the followingquestions:1.What are the similarities and differences of every individual?2.Do these similarities and differences affect the life of the whole community? Why?Think about answers to the questions and write it on your notebook.As your teacher, I will give you time frame of 2 minutes to read your answers.INTRODUCTION OF THE LESSONAs distinct disciplines, the social sciences look at society in equally different ways.This module is interested not only in examining their unique ways of making sense of thesocial world; it is equally interested in mapping their complementation and blending. The“blending” of perspectives is expected to give you the opportunity to see the social world in avariety of ways, thus enriching capabilities to broaden your minds as social beings. Thismodule will give you information regarding the nature, goals, and perspectives inanthropology, sociology, and political science.

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