Branches of science and its relationship to the environment?
Science is studying with experiments and observations. We study by experimenting and observing biotic(living) and abiotic(nonliving) factors that are in an environment. We learn how it works and why everything occurs. That is the science of it.
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What branch of science studies the development behavior and relationships of humans in their environment?
anthropology i believe it's sociology
History - the bond between the political scientist and thehistorian is obvious in the observation that "history is past politics and politics present history." Thepolitical …scientist frequently adopts a "historical approach" and employs knowledge of the past when heseeks to interpret present and probable developments in politicalphenomena. Economics - until late in the 19th century, political science andeconomics (the study of the production, distribution, and conservation, andconsumption of wealth) were coupled under the name of politicaleconomy. Today, these fields are jointly concerned with the factthat economic conditions affect the organization, development, andactivities of states, which in turn modify or even prescribeeconomic conditions. The political scientist regularly adopts an "economic approach" when seeking to interpret such matters as "public financial policies" and government regulation ofbusiness. Geography - geopolitics (a science concerned with the study of the influences of physicalfactors such as population pressures, sources of raw materials,geography, etc. upon domestic and foreign politics) indicatesone approach which a political scientist frequently must adopt tohelp explain such phenomena as the early growth of democracy inGreat Britain and the United States and its retarded growth incertain Continental Europe, and the rise of authoritariangovernments in developing countries. Sociology and Anthropology - the political scientist, thesociologist (who specializes in the study of "society as a whole") , and theanthropologist (who studies "mankind" in relation to physical, social and culturaldevelopment) are all deeply concerned with the origins andnature of social control and governmental authority, with theabiding influences of race and culture upon society, and with thepatterns of collective human behavior. Psychology - the political scientist as well as the psychologistpromotes studies of the mental and emotional processes motivatingthe political behavior of individuals and groups. One of the manytopics which the political scientist handles from a "psychological approach" is that of public opinion, pressuregroups, and propaganda. Philosophy - the concepts and doctrines of Plato, Aristotle andLocke (and other universal thinkers about the state) are important tothe specialist in academic philosophy and also to the politicalscientist. These concepts are the underlying forces in the framingof constitutions and laws. The political scientist considers thebranch of philosophy called ethics , too, when he contemplates the moral background ofproposed changes in social legislation. Statistics and Logic - the political theorist must possess a broadscientific background and a knowledge of current politicalproblems, and he must employ scientific methods in gathering andevaluating data and in drawing conclusions. These involve a properapplication of statistical procedures for the quantitativemeasurement of social phenomena and of logical procedures for theanalysis of reasoning. Jurisprudence - this branch of public law is concerned with theanalysis of existing legal systems and also with the ethical,historical, sociological, and psychological foundations of law. Acomprehension of the nature of law (whether the "natural law" or the "divine law") and of statutesenacted by legislatures is indispensable to the political theorist.Law and state are inseparable. All states proclaim laws, effectivewithin their jurisdictions, and enforce them through a system ofpenalties. To maintain a full understanding of the facts ofpolitical life, the political scientist has to combine the legalwith the extralegal viewpoints.
That would probably be psychology
What 'branch of science' studies the development behavior and relationships of humans in their environment?
What branch of science studies the development behavior and relationship of humans in their environment?
What is the branch of science that examines the interrelationships of living things to their environment?
Very limited, political science is a social science just like economics and there is some overlap with components of psychology as well. You may find more overlap with phil…osophy but I would find it hard pressed to define that as science.
What branch of science studies the development behavior and relationships of humans in there environment?
Political science is a term that refers to the "science", i.e. the psychology behind and study of, politics over the course of history. It is not a science like Earth Science,… Chem or Biology.
Physics is related to many subjects: 1. Astrophysics 2. Geophysics 3. Biophysics,etc
Political science is related to other social science courses. Theseare sociology and economics. All are inter-related and importantbecause one really cannot exist without the …others.