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Social Sciences

Social sciences refers to the group of subjects that relate with the different scientific methods which can be used for the sake of studying the problems related to humanity and the kind of solutions which they can offer as well.

You can expect to get familiar with the concepts of macro economics, sociology, contemporary literature, banking, creative writing, money making and more. Social Sciences is one such field wherein we deal almost all fields which have even a little to do with the humanity aspects.

Our online video lectures will take you through all those methods which can offer you a much clearer picture of how the problems at hand can be solved. Politics is an important part of our human society. When you are looking to improve the society, you will first need to gauge the kind of problems which are persistent and the reasons that are a part of the same. The online video tutorials which we have will teach you the core ideas of politics and the advanced aspects which will help you map the relation between politics and human society.

When you are proficient in the field of social sciences, you will be able to handle your society and offer something constructive to the same as well. We all have some kind of responsibility towards the society and by being educated in this area; you can do your bit and thereby bring the right kind of change as well.

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Introduction to Ethical Theories:Consequentialist and Non-consequentialist theories - Hedonism - Utilitarianism - Deontological theories (with reference to Immanuel Kant) - Et
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UC Berkeley Spring 2014
The Rise and Future of the Food Movement - As a subject, food is multi-disciplinary, drawing on everything from economics and agronomy to sociology, anthropology, and the arts
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A first course in the language, processes, and media of visual art. Course work will be organized around weekly lectures and studio problems that will introduce students to th
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UC Berkeley Fall 2014
Energy sources, uses, and impacts; an introduction to the technology, politics, economics, and environmental effects of energy in contemporary society. Energy and well-being;
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Introduction to Indian Philosophy:Brief Discussion on Veda and Upanishads - Origin of Indian Philosophy;Charvaka Philosophy:Epistemology - Metaphysics;Samkhya Philosophy:Metap
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Introduction: Logic and its relationship to other disciplines - Argument, Premises, conclusion, Indicators - Nature and scope of Deductive and Inductive Arguments - Validity a
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Historical review of psychology in the West:Introduction of this lecture series and the speakers - Psychology: Emerging of a discipline - Beginning, growth and decline of West
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Objectives of the course - Design Features of Language - Air Stream Mechanism, Organs of Articulation, Function of Vocal Chords, Sound Waves Fundamental and Formant Frequenc
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Who and what matters - Medical, behavioural and social interpretation of adjustment process:Biomedical model, Medical model and psychological adjustment, Adjustment process, A
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What is sociology - Sociological approaches - Nature of society: Individuals and groups - Cooperation and conflict - Family-I: Definition and classification of family - Family
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Introduction:Cultural Studies: An Introduction - Understanding Cultural Studies - Evolution and Culture - Evolutionary Psychology - The Modern Mind: Its Origins - Memetics - S
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Introduction of the Course - What is linguistics? What is Language? - Language and Arbitrariness, Language and Dialect - E vs I Language, Language as a rule governed system -
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UC Berkeley Fall 2012
Introduces students who are considering majoring in sociology to the basic topics, concepts, and principles of the discipline. This course is required for the major; 1 or any
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Contents: What is sociology - Sociological approaches - Nature of society: Individuals and groups - Cooperation and conflict - Definition and classification of family - Persp
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UC Berkeley Spring 2013
The ancient Near East (present-day Iran, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, and Turkey) is considered the cradle of civilization. Here in Mesopotamia and its neighboring re
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Contents: Course Overview - Cinema & Semiotics,Seven (1995) - Plot in Cinema - Conflict as a plot element - Character as a plot element - Editing in Cinema - Montage - Jump-c
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The Parts of the Whole - The Hebrew Bible in Its Ancient Near Eastern Setting: Biblical Religion in Context - Genesis 1-4 in Context-Doublets and Contradictions, Seams and Sou
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This course proposes to discuss the relationship between social processes and demographic transition in India. Therefore, it focuses on introducing the tools and techniques o
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Contents: Scope of the Class - Heat and Light - Blackbody Radiation & Quantum Mechanics - Our First Climate Model - The Greenhouse Effect - What Makes a Greenhouse Gas - Gree
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Contents: Reporting from a Transformed America - Ask What You Can Do: Inspiring Public Service -The Politics of Polarization - Perspectives from DC & Beyond - The Institute o
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