Social Sciences Department
BS in Social Sciences
This paper analyzes religion using a multi-disciplinary approach. Studying the Social Sciences exposes one to an opportunity not just to learn a single discipline, but three, and this unique learning experience can teach one to look at the world’s phenomena with a multi-perspective view. Using a tri-disciplinary approach when exploring topics can broaden ones outlook on how there are many ways to explore and investigate a topic in greater detail. By using Anthropological, Sociological and Geographical theoretical perspectives one can understand a topic more fully by using a multi-perspective approach when exploring this diverse world culturally, socially and physically.
Biological and Physical Anthropology Commons, Comparative Methodologies and Theories Commons, Demography, Population, and Ecology Commons, Human Geography Commons, Other Social and Behavioral Sciences Commons, Physical and Environmental Geography Commons, Place and Environment Commons, Psychology Commons, Quantitative, Qualitative, Comparative, and Historical Methodologies Commons, Social and Cultural Anthropology Commons, Social Control, Law, Crime, and Deviance Commons, Sociology of Culture Commons