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    concepts used by former and modern historians. Although past and present historians have had to involve many social aspects in their concepts of Race in Latin American history past and present, Modern historians are able to use the many newer historical concepts available to them. These historical concepts are ones that due to postmodern popularity usually tie in with the social sciences. Historian Magnus Morner, a popular Latin American historian, believes when studying race relations a…

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    Anthropological Relativism

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    Critical feminist and political economy theories were incorporated into the anthropological discipline in the 1960’s and 70’s as social and political climates were changing around the world. Academia was influencing and being influenced by new or progressive social agendas and this carryover was instrumental in the popularity, dissemination, and depth of critique for these concepts. Around this time scholars began what has now become a tradition in the discipline, which is that of introspection…

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    the implying that individuals provide for their activities permitted him to comprehend the float of verifiable change. He trusted that sound activity inside an arrangement of sane legitimate power is at the heart of present day society. His human science was above all else an endeavor to investigate and clarify this moves from conventional to normal activity. Weber came to trust that the legitimization of activity must be acknowledged when customary lifestyles are surrendered. Weber 's errand…

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    Anthropology Women Studies

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    The Foundations, Principles, and Protocols of Anthropology and Women Studies The Liberal Arts has a large variety of disciplines ranging from Social Sciences to the English language. Anthropology is the study of different cultures as well as the way human beings interact with each other in their own society. Anthropology also focuses on the many different aspects of what makes a society such as morals, traditions, and societal norms. Each society is different and anthropologists study these…

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    1. What is the relationship between education and democracy? The understanding of how democracy and education intertwine first starts with learning what democracy actually means. Democracy as stated by Dewey is how we work within our community, how people come together and make decisions that affect the community as a whole. This requires education. Educated individuals are whom you should want to make the decisions needed to keep the community on the right path, but how do you gain information?…

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    In his article "The Promise of Sociology", Mills defines “sociological imagination” as the ability to see things socially, and shows how they interact and affect each other. "Neither the life of an individual nor the history of a society can be understand without understanding both." As this quote shows, Mills believes that the individual cannot understand themselves as individuals, yet they can’t understand their role in society without this understanding. Therefore it is required to understand…

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    of mixed methods (MM) research can be found as earlier as 1959 in the social sciences with Campbell Fiske’s introduction of triangulation of data to provide greater meaning. (Johnson, Onwuegbuzie & Turner, 2007) A most modern version of mixed-method research originated around the late 1980s and early 1990s based on work from individuals in diverse fields such as evaluation, education, management, sociology, and health sciences. (Creswell,…

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    Cognitive Diagnostic Model

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    one life is short, only by making contribution to your own field can you make your life meaningful. The thought of being a researcher was deep rooted in my mind ever since. I’ve always loved science, even when I was a kid, I always love to find the question and solve it by myself. I’ve done so many science experiments and small projects through my school life. Just as…

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    1959, Page 6). Mills theory on Sociological Imagination was ahead of his time. Throughout the 16th, 17th and 18th century society underwent changes to modernise itself. This drastic social change developed society by looking at the historical and social factors. There are many events that triggered the beginning of social change. The Reformation in the 16th century challenged the Catholic Church due to its corruption and created the Protestant Church. This led onto the Age of Enlightenment,…

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    of humanities cannot be overemphasized. The chasm that exists between both the STEM and humanities has proven to be nothing short of a bane on the growth of the educational and socio-economic sector as well as the to the general quality of life. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics(STEM) is an education classification which refers to disciplines of the aforementioned fields. The humanities, on the other…

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