Social sciences
The term social science refers to academic specialties that are interested in society and individual relations with each other within society and basically depends on experimental curricula. Usually used as a comprehensive term for human science, economics, psychology and sociology. It may often include humanitarian science such as archeology, regional studies, telecommunications studies, cultural studies, history, law, language sciences and political science. This term can be used in the scientific context to refer to the origin of sociology, which grew up in the 19th century. And "study"). Emile Dorkheim, Carl Marx and Max Fiber, referred to as modern social sciences according to this definition.