Social Science: An Introduction - Student Edition

Hardcover | April 29, 2011

byJan Haskings-Winner, Rachel Collishaw, Sandra Kritzer

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Social Science: An Introduction, is a brand new program that covers Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology for both the University and College level grade 11 student.

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FULLY ALIGNED to the 2013 REVISED CURRICULUM

Course Code: HSP3U and HSP3C

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Social Science: An Introduction, is a brand new program that covers Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology for both the University and College level grade 11 student.TRILLIUM LISTEDFULLY ALIGNED to the 2013 REVISED CURRICULUMCourse Code: HSP3U and HSP3C

Format:HardcoverDimensions:10.1 × 8.2 × 1 inPublished:April 29, 2011Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071058184

ISBN - 13:9780071058186

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Table of Contents

Unit 1 What is Social Science?

Chapter 1 What is Anthropology?
Section 1.1 Cultural Anthropology and Understanding Human Culture and Behaviour
Section 1.2 Human Evolution and Defining Humans
Chapter 2 What is Psychology?
Section 2.1 Schools of Thought
Section 2.2 Psychological Approaches to Understanding Behaviour
Chapter 3 What is Sociology?
Section 3.1 Schools of Thought
Section 3.2 Socialization and Social Development

Unit 2 Social Science and Me

Chapter 4 Anthropology and Me
Section 4.1 Culture and Identity
Section 4.2 Anthropology and Behaviour
Section 4.3 Ethical Issues in Anthropology
Chapter 5 Psychology and Me
Section 5.1 Development of Self
Section 5.2 Psychology and Behaviour
Section 5.3 Ethical Issues in Psychology
Chapter 6 Sociology and Me
Section 6.1 Sociology and Identity
Section 6.2 Sociology and Behaviour
Section 6.3 Ethical Issues in Sociology

Unit 3 Social Science and Us

Chapter 7 Anthropology and Us
Section 7.1 Understanding Cultures
Chapter 8 Psychology and Us
Section 8.1 Influence of Others on Self
Section 8.2 Personality and Environment
Chapter 9 Sociology and Us
Section 9.2 Canadian Social Structures and Institutions

Appendices
Glossary of Key Terms
References
Index
Credits