• conducting research on the origin, development, structure, social patterns, organizations and inter- relationships of human society
  • tracing the origin and evolution of humanity through the study of changing characteristics and cultural and social institutions
  • tracing the development of humanity through the material remains of its past, such as dwellings, temples, tools, pottery, coins, weapons, or sculpture
  • studying physical and climatic aspects of areas and regions, and correlating these findings with economic, social and cultural activities
  • developing theories, models and methods to interpret and describe social phenomena
  • evaluating the outcome of political decisions concerning social policy
  • analyzing and evaluating social data
  • advising on the practical application of findings in the formulation of economic and social policies for population groups and regions, and for the development of markets
  • preparing scholarly papers and reports

    Educational level

    • Unskilled