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Socialomics deals with the deeper introspective of sociology and their subjects for theoretical and practical understanding of social processes. It deals with the subjects like social media, social networking, anthropology, psychology and human geography etc. and their application in transforming the way to live and to do business. The journal focuses a wide range of subjects that range from micro level i.e., an individual and interaction to the macro level of systems and the social structure.
Journal of Socialomics is an Open Access journal and aims to publish most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. in all areas of the field and making them freely available through online without any restrictions or any other subscriptions to researchers worldwide.
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Culture anthropology is a branch of anthropology focused on the study of cultural variation among humans and is in contrast to social anthropology which perceives cultural variation as a subset of the anthropological constant. Cultural Anthropology focuses on the study of contemporary human cultures, their beliefs, myths, values, practices, technologies, economies and other domains of social and cognitive organization. The detailed descriptions of culture, or ethnography, are based upon a methodology of primary data collection through participant observation with living human populations.
Anthropology is the scientific study of human beings as social organisms interacting with each other in their environment,and cultural aspects of life. Anthropology can be defined as the study of human nature, human society, and the human past. It is a scholarly discipline that aims to describe in the broadest possible sense what it means to be human. Anthropologists are interested in comparison. To make substantial and accurate comparisons between cultures, a generalization of humans requires evidence from the wide range of human societies. Anthropologists are in direct contact with the sources of their data, thus field work is a crucial component. The field of Anthropology, although fairly new as an academic field, has been used for centuries.
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Social marketing refers to software designed for marketing departments and organizations to listen to social media platforms. Marketing departments, agencies, and consultants benefit by being alerted to keyword usage, being able to respond to customer inquiries instantly, and understanding customer sentiment as it relates to their own and competitors’ brands. Social media monitoring tools have grown in recent years from purely offering listening features to include rich analytics, dashboard creation, and powerful queries with semantic analysis.
The health communications field has been rapidly changing over the past two decades. It has evolved from a one-dimensional reliance on public service announcements to a more sophisticated approach which draws from successful techniques used by commercial marketers, termed "social marketing." Rather than dictating the way that information is to be conveyed from the top-down, public health professionals are learning to listen to the needs and desires of the target audience themselves, and building the program from there. This focus on the "consumer" involves in-depth research and constant re-evaluation of every aspect of the program. In fact, research and evaluation together form the very cornerstone of the social marketing process.
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Human geology is one of the two major branches of geography and is often called cultural geography. Human geography is the study of the many cultural aspects found throughout the world and how they relate to the spaces and places where they originate and then travel as people continually move across various areas.
Geology imposes on we humans vastly more than most of us acknowledge, or realize. Oh, we realize that some places are good for farming, and others not, and some places have important resources, and other not. And we know that mountains make travel difficult, unless you are in a car on an interstate highway.
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Journal of Primatology,Anthropology,AppliedGeography, Polar Geography, Progress in Human Geography,GeografiskaAnnaler, Series B:Human Geography, Jimburn Chiri/Human Geography, Tsukaba Studies in Human Geography.
Ethnography is a descriptive account of social life and culture in a particular social system based on detailed observations of what people actually do. It is a research method that is used by sociologists often when studying groups, organizations, and communities that are a part of a larger complex society, such as religious cults, ethnic neighborhoods, or urban gangs.Traditionally, ethnographies have focused in depth on a bounded and definable group of people; such as the Nuer, or a particular North Indian village.
Today, they are just as likely to focus on a particular aspect of contemporary social life; such as new reproductive technologies, the meanings of the veil, virtual communication, or being a Milwall football club fan. The concept of ethnography has been developed within social anthropology; but the term is now sometimes used in a looser way in for example opinion and market research.
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Internet marketing, or online marketing, refers to advertising and marketing efforts that use the Web and email to drive direct sales via electronic commerce, in addition to sales leads from Web sites or emails. Internet marketing and online advertising efforts are typically used in conjunction with traditional types of advertising like radio, television, newspapers and magazines.
The internet has transformed business marketing. No matter what you do, the internet is likely to be at the heart of your marketing strategy. There has, of course, been a rapid rise in the number of ecommerce enterprises selling goods online. Some operate solely in the online sphere. Many others are bricks and mortar businesses that are also offering products and services via their websites.
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The Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, Journal of Computer Science & Systems Biology, Internet Research, Internet and Higher Education, ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, Internet Mathematics ,Internet Reference Services Quarterly, MRS Internet Journal of Nitride Semiconductor Research, Journal of Internet Commerce, KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, Journal of Internet Services and Applications.
Social cognition is a broad term that describes a focus on the way perceivers encode, process, remember, and use information in social contexts in order to make sense of other people's behavior (where a social context is defined as any real or imagined scenario including reference to self or others).
Social cognition is a sub-topic of social psychology that focuses on how people process, store, and apply information about other people and social situations. It focuses on the role that cognitive processes play in our social interactions. The way we think about others plays a major role in how we think, feel, and interact with the world around us.
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Anthropogenesis, refers to the process of becoming human, and is used in somewhat different contexts in the fields of paleontology and paleoanthropology, archeology, philosophy and theology.If the Anthropocene represents a new epoch of thought, it also represents a new form of materiality and historicity for the human as strata and stratigrapher of the geologic record. This collision of human and inhuman histories in the strata is a new formation of subjectivity within a geologic horizon that redefines temporal, material, and spatial orders of the human (and thus nature). I argue that the Anthropocene contains within it a form of Anthropogenesis – a new origin story and ontics for man – that radically rewrites material modes of differentiation and concepts of life, from predominantly biopolitical notions of life toward an understanding of life’s geophysical origination (geontics).
The process and means by which Anthropogenesis occurs is a key problem in theistic evolutionary thought, at least for the Abrahamic religions, for which the belief that animals do not have souls but humans do is a core teaching. Scientific accounts of the origin of the universe, origin of life and subsequent evolution of pre-human life forms may not cause any difficulty (helped by the reluctance of science itself to say anything about what preceded the Big Bang) but the need to reconcile religious and scientific views of hominization and account for the addition of a soul to humans remains a problem.The problem of anthropogenesis has gone through various aspects. Originally the difference between man and animal was considered to be so fundamental, that each was counted as belonging to an entirely different world, without any relationship. This found its expression in the doctrine of the separate creation of man, gifted with reason and possessed of an immortal soul.
As biology developed, the bodily similarity of man and animal became more apparent, and Linnaeus classified man in the animal kingdom as a normal species, Homo sapiens, belonging to the class of mammals and, with the apes, forming the order of Primates. Darwin’s theory of man’s descent from animal ancestors brought about a complete break with the traditional doctrine.
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Psychopathy is traditionally defined as a personality disorder characterized by enduring antisocial behavior, diminished empathy and remorse, and disinhibited or bold behavior. It may also be defined as a continuous aspect of personality, representing scores on different personality dimensions found throughout the population in varying combinations.
The aetiology of personality disorders remains obscure. Traditional belief is that these behaviours result from a dysfunctional early environment that prevents the evolution of adaptive patterns of perception, response and defence.The psychopath is one of the most fascinating and distressing problems of human experience. For the most part, a psychopath never remains attached to anyone or anything. They live a "predatory" lifestyle. They feel little or no regret, and little or no remorse - except when they are caught. They need relationships, but see people as obstacles to overcome and be eliminated. If not, they see people in terms of how they can be used. They use people for stimulation, to build their self-esteem and they invariably value people in terms of their material value (money, property, etc..).
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A system for evaluating performance, as in the delivery of services or the quality of products provided to consumers, customers, or patients. In clinical trials, the constellation of planned and systematic activities established to ensure that the trial is performed and the data are generated, recorded and reported in compliance with good clinical practice and applicable regulatory requirements.
The standard process framework addresses design control processes, management processes and integral processes. Design control processes: Focus on design and development process such as design planning, design input, design output, design reviews, design verification, and design transfer. Management processes: Focus on project management process such as project initiation to closure Integral processes: Focus on integral processes such as configuration management, calibration, product risk management, training, internal audit, and purchase.
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Social welfare is the scientific study of social behavior, its origins, development, organization, and institutions. It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about social order, social disorder and social change.
The Emergency Relief and Construction Act of 1932 was the first social welfare policy in the United States. This act provided $300 million in temporary loans to states. These funds were allocated to citizens that had been severely impacted by the Great Depression. After this act was passed, it became evident that many citizens needed more assistance. As a result, the Federal Relief Act of 1933 was passed to provided $1 billion in additional social support for the poorest citizens. The Social Security Act of 1935 was also passed to provide aid to specific groups, such as children, the elderly and the disabled. Social welfare policies remained relatively unchanged until welfare reform in 1996. This was a drastic change from previous policies because for the first time, recipients of public assistance were required to work in order to receive aid. Since this time, many debates have centered on who deserves social welfare aid and how much support should be given.
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Criminology the scientific study of the nature, extent, management, causes, control, consequences, and prevention of criminal behavior, both on the individual and social levels. Criminology is an interdisciplinary field in the behavioral sciences, drawing especially upon the research of sociologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social anthropologists, as well as scholars of law.
Employers value experience, and a range of paid and voluntary work opportunities exist, including work with offenders, criminal justice agencies and victims of crime. Social work and community education departments also offer relevant opportunities. Specific roles include prison visiting, working as a special constable, and involvement in drug treatment schemes, victim support or youth/bail hostels for young offenders.
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social equality concerns the distribution of social goods and burdens, such as income, wealth, opportunity, education, and health care. Although we may claim that all people are somehow "equal" -- say, equally valuable in the eyes of God -- this is not a conception of social equality but a call for equal moral treatment -- for example, to claim that everyone has the same basic rights. Instead, social equality occurs when some good, like income or happiness, is equally attained. Say the good is freedom. Social equality would then mean that freedom should be equally distributed. The problem of defining social equality involves the specification of the goods that should be equally distributed and the units to which those goods are distributed. Should we claim that basic political rights should be equally distributed, or should we concentrate on income, workload, wealth, health care, or opportunity? The units to which these goods are to be equally distributed is also problematic. Many believe that all proposals should be in terms of individuals. All people should have an equal attainment of good X (or the good we decide should be equally distributed). Suppose we use income as the good. Should we really insist on all individuals having a right to the same income when many people are infants and many people share expenses in the same households? We may believe that a proper mark of social equality will call for equal distribution of income to all households. This example shows that the question about the unit to be equally provided with a good is not properly answered by the quick claim that individuals constitute the unit.
Social equality is a state of affairs in which all people within a specific society or isolated group have the same status in certain respects, often including civil rights, freedom of speech, property rights, and equal access to social goods and services.
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Civil & Legal Sciences, Arts and Social Sciences Journal, Political Sciences & Public Affairs,Journal of Economic Inequality, Research on Economic Inequality, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Diversity and Equality in Health and Care.
Social history, often called the new social history, is a broad branch of history that studies the experiences of ordinary people in the past. In its "golden age" it was a major growth field in the 1960s and 1970s among scholars, and still is well represented in history departments.Social history is quite different.
It touches on, and arguably helps to focus, major issues of public debate,it mobilises popular enthusiasm and engages popular passions.history that concentrates upon the social, economic, and cultural institutions of a people compare cultural history
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Social science is, in its broadest sense, the study of society and the manner in which people behave and influence the world around us. It tells us about the world beyond our immediate experience, and can help explain how our own society works - from the causes of unemployment or what helps economic growth, to how and why people vote, or what makes people happy. It provides vital information for governments and policymakers, local authorities, non-governmental organisations and others.
some people will say that they routinely research different online websites to find the best place to buy goods or services they want . Television news channels supposedly conduct research in the form of viewer polls on topics of public interest such as forthcoming elections or government - funded projects. Undergraduate students research the Internet to find the information they nee d to complete assigned projects or term papers. Graduate students working on research projects for a professor may see research as collecting or analyzing data related to their project.
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