Introduction To Social Sciences

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Economics is a social science discipline whereby people are required to plan their resources for their future as supplies are limited (SSC109e Introduction to Social Sciences, 2014). It surveys the market by which products and services are established and maintained in the aspects of exports and imports, manufacturing processes, and utilization, so as to ensure the survival of the country’s economy (SSC109e Introduction to Social Sciences, 2014). The quality of work, earth’s reserves and money as the means of trade are being studied (SSC109e Introduction to Social Sciences, 2014). In order for Economists to rationalise their theories of dissemination of products and services, the ideas of supply and demand, saving and investment, cost and price…show more content…
Field research basically means close supervision to a particular person, case-study or population (Study Unit 2- Chapter 1: The Science in the Social Science (I), 2013). A field research has two types, one of which is participant observation and the other one as non-participant observation (Study Unit 2- Chapter 1: The Science in the Social Science (I), 2013). The difference between the two is that the person observing and conducting the research joins in the research or not (Study Unit 2- Chapter 1: The Science in the Social Science (I), 2013). Researchers are able to be on the ground and observe the situation and the level of awareness of cancer in the country. The researchers are also able to travel long distance with the needy should they want to take the transport to the nearest hospitals. Secondary data research method is whereby researchers do a research and compare the differences between the data he/she have collected from books, academic journals and newspaper. Statistics done previously by other researchers can be used as a comparison for the investment in medical field and the rates of cancer and deaths caused by cancer between two countries. By applying these two methods on the topic to test the hypothesis, researchers will be on the ground judging by themselves while comparing the data that they have found for…show more content…
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