RSC2601 Research in Social Sciences – Semester 1
RSC2601 Research in Social Sciences
- Your friendly Student Advisor (Tutor) will facilitate the entire experience.
- An awesome discussion forum to engage with your classmates
- An activity feed to keep up to date with what is going on with your group
- Email updates or digests direct to your inbox so you know when there are discussion on your forum
- Supplementary notes will be made available to the students
- You can start engaging even more personally with your fellow students by sending them direct friendship requests on the forum.
- Revision App where you can compare and discuss past papers
- Share great resources with your classmates (click below to see what is there now)
SKU: N/ACategories: 1st Semester, 2nd Level, BCom, Free, Study Groups
- 2012 oct.nov exam solutions.docx
- EXAM PACK RSC2601 TWP.docx
RSC2601 Research in Social Sciences introduces students to research in the social sciences to enable them to understand and apply the basic principles of scientific research.
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... REL 2011 REL 2011 MIDTERM EXAM Essay 1 Buddhism is essentially an atheistic religion. And yet it is one of the major religions in the world today. How can Buddhism be used to illustrate Durkheim’s and Geertz’s point that religion is really not about “God,” but about “us,” that is, about human society and culture. In order words, in what sense would it be true to say that religion will not go away or disappear (as the radical Enlightenment and Marx believed it should and eventually would) because it is an inalienable aspect or dimension of the human? Buddhism, or any religion for that matter has been said by Durkheim and Geertz’s to stand for, ironically, not God; but for “us”… as in society and culture. Buddhism for example, can supportively illustrate this proposition with just with taking the religion’s fundamental principle’s into consideration. As said in plenty of Buddhism teachings, the purpose set within Buddhism and its teachings is overall meant to better ourselves, as humans, spirits, to be the best we can be. Instead of a “God,” Buddhism is derived from the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, which translates to “the awakened one”. The purpose withstands clearly, there is no questioning to where the principles originated or derived from, the clear purpose of bettering “us,” ourselves as a whole, as a society with little to no evil. This religion doesn’t obligate...