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Frontline Social Science and History Journal


SJIF 2022:
Under evaluation
Area: Social sciences
Evaluated version: online
Previous evaluation SJIF
2021: 5.376
2020: Not indexed
2019: Not indexed
2018: Not indexed
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Basic information  
Main title Frontline Social Science and History Journal
ISSN 2752-7018 (E)
URL http://frontlinejournals.org/journals/index.php/fsshj
Country  United Kingdom
Journal's character Scientific
Frequency Monthly
License Free for non-commercial use
Texts availability Free
Journal's description  
Frontline Social Sciences and History Journal

Social sciences help to explain how society works, exploring everything from the triggers of economic growth and causes of unemployment to what makes people happy. This information is vital and can be used for many purposes. Among other things, it helps to shape corporate strategies and government policies.

Social science as a field of study is separate from the natural sciences, which cover topics such as physics, biology, and chemistry. Social science examines the relationships between individuals and societies, as well as the development and operation of societies, rather than studying the physical world. These academic disciplines rely more heavily on interpretation and qualitative research methodologies.

The social sciences include:

Anthropology
Economics
Political science
Sociology
Social psychology

History is also sometimes regarded as a branch of social science, although many historians often consider the subject to share closer links to the humanities. Both humanities and social sciences study human beings. What separates them is the technique applied: humanities are viewed as more philosophical and less scientific. Law, too, has some ties to social sciences, as does geography.

History of Social Sciences

The origins of social sciences can be traced back to the ancient Greeks. The lives they led, and their early studies into human nature, the state, and mortality, helped to shape Western civilization.

Social science as an academic field of study developed out of the Age of Enlightenment (or the Age of Reason), which flourished through much of the 18th century in Europe. Adam Smith, Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Denis Diderot, Immanuel Kant, and David Hume were among the big intellectuals at the time who laid the foundations for the study of social sciences in the Western World.

Individuals began to take a more disciplined approach to quantify their observations of society, and over time, similar aspects of society, such as linguistics and psychology, were separated into unique fields of study.







 
 
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