“3.How have historians determined that there was widespread migration ca. (circa) 40,000BCE? What evidence have they used? What other social science disciplines were probably helpful in this research? ” what does it mean when asked like that?
What does social science disciplines mean?
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Answer by Beckee
In colleges, we might call them departments, in high school, subjects. More than just a subject, a discipline is a set of research methods, techniques, procedures, and a body of expertise for solving problems, that a researcher shares with similar experts in other institutions.
For example, if you happen to be talking about the first appearance of humans into North America, experts in many disciplines may have contributions to make to that debate. They inlcude climatologists, physical anthropologists, demographers, archaeologists, geographers, geologists, geneticists, and palynologists, just to name a few.
Oh, yeah, I did forget about the social science part of the the question. The social science disciplines in the list above would include physical anthropology, archaeology, and geography.