social studies(redirected from Human Society and its Environment)
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pl.n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
A course of study including geography, history, government, and sociology, taught in secondary and elementary schools.
(Sociology) (functioning as singular) the study of how people live and organize themselves in society, embracing geography, history, economics, and other subjects
a school course comprising such subjects as history, geography, civics, sociology, and anthropology.