Fascination of Social Science, Anthropology Above All

Sinan Çaya

Abstract


This article is an overview of social science, concentrating on anthropology; stressing its weaknesses in terms of lack of preciseness and limitations on some occasions as well as its strengths in other circumstances, which could be so “lucrative” that they may even arouse abusing intentions. On the other hand, social science, including anthropology, shares interesting traits with other verbal and descriptive disciplines and even has something common with art and even natural sciences. Nevertheless it is a formal discipline unattainable for the layman and is indeed a fascinating field to explore and its study contributes societies to improve.


Keywords


Anthropology; Society; Behavior; Social science; Art; Know-how

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