HSP3U - Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology

1.5 - Exploring Social Sciences

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1. Research and Inquiry Skills

1.1. Exploring

1.1.1. Formulate effective questions to guide their research and inquiry

1.2. Investigating

1.2.1. Locate and select information relevant to their investigations

1.3. Processing Information

1.3.1. Record and organize information and key ideas using a variety of formats

1.4. Communicating and Reflecting

1.4.1. Use terms related to anthropology, psychology and sociology appropriately

2. Anthropology

2.1. Theories, Perspectives and Methodologies

2.1.1. Explain the significance of contributions of influential anthropologists

2.2. Explaining Human Behaviour and Culture

2.2.1. Describe, from an anthropological perspective, the effects that diffusion, assimilation, and multiculturalism have on culture

2.3. Socialization

2.3.1. Explain how culture produces diverse forms of human behaviour

3. Psychology

3.1. Theories, Perspectives and Methodologies

3.1.1. Explain the contribution to understanding human behaviour of various psychological approaches

3.2. Explaining Human Mental Processes and Behaviours

3.2.1. Explain how diverse psychological factors (e.g., motivation, perception, attitudes, mental health, temperament) influence individual behaviour

3.3. Socialization

3.3.1. Identify and describe the role of socialization in the psychological development of the individual

4. Sociology

4.1. Theories, Perspectives and Methodologies

4.1.1. Identify and explain the main research methods that are used for conducting sociological research

4.2. Explaining Social Behaviour

4.2.1. Explain, from a sociological perspective, the relationship between prejudice and individual and systemic discrimination

4.3. Socialization

4.3.1. Evaluate the relative influence of primary agents of socialization (e.g., family, peers) and secondary agents of socialization (e.g., media, religion) on the socialization of the individual