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SS 250-02 The Technological Revolution: A Social Scientific Approach

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    Jul 09, 2016
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    Pretty easy, overall.

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    I would recommend this course because this Professor is very knowledgeable about what he teaches. He

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    The study of the Social Sciences involves the study of human groups and behaviors and how societies function. Social Scientists study many different topics through past, present, and even future human societies. From individual behaviors to the complexity of institutions such as governments, there is something to learn about people by examining what people do, how they do it, and why they do it. The Social Sciences have given our society some amazing insights into everyday life helping us understand how people resolve conflicts, protect themselves, create things, and even stay healthy.

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    The best advice I can give to potential fellow students is to stay focused, motivated and try their best not to fall behind. I try to do my assignments ahead of time so I am not left at the last minute with nothing.

    • Winter 2016
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