- Comparative Politics, a field and a method in the study of Politics
- Comparative education, a method used in the study of education
- Comparative Effectiveness, a term from health care intervention
- Comparative psychology, a method used in psychology
- Comparative sociology, a method used in sociology
- Historical comparative research, a technique of historical sociology
- Law of comparative judgment, a model of psychomeasurement and psychophysics
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Famous quotes containing the words social sciences, sciences and/or social:
“The new supplants the old. Yet mens minds are stuffed with outworn bunk. Educating the young in the latest findings of authorities and scholars in the social sciences is important. It is equally important to devise ways and means for aiding the middle-aged and old to reexamine hang-over unscientific doctrines and ideas in the light of recent discovery and research.”
—Mary Barnett Gilson (1877?)
“These modern ingenious sciences and arts do not affect me as those more venerable arts of hunting and fishing, and even of husbandry in its primitive and simple form; as ancient and honorable trades as the sun and moon and winds pursue, coeval with the faculties of man, and invented when these were invented. We do not know their John Gutenberg, or Richard Arkwright, though the poets would fain make them to have been gradually learned and taught.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Cursed be the social wants that sin against the strength of youth!
Cursed be the social lies that warp us from the living truth!”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)