In sociology what is the process by which knowledge and skills are learned for future roles?
William Outhwaite has written: 'Habermas' -- subject(s): Communication, Critical theory, Frankfurt school of sociology, Social aspects, Social aspects of Communication, Social evolution 'The future of society' -- subject(s): Civil society, Civilization, Civilization, Modern, Modern Civilization, Nonfiction, OverDrive, Philosophy, Postmodernism, Social aspects, Social aspects of Postmodernism, Sociology 'Concept Formation in Social Science' -- subject(s): Concepts, Methodology, Social sciences 'Understanding social life' -- subject(s): Hermeneutics, Knowledge, Sociology of, Methodology, Social sciences, Sociology of Knowledge
To be successful, a business of any nature has to bridge two knowledge gaps. The first knowledge gap is between the knowledge it has and the knowledge it should have to achieve its short-term business objectives. The second knowledge gap is between the knowledge it has and the knowledge it should have at some point in future to achieve its business objectives proposed for that time in future. Knowledge Management is a process whereby a…
Sociology is the study of human behavior in a social environment and how social interaction relates to development of mental and physical abilities, as well as future success and failure. Statistics are near irrelevant to sociology because it is a very intuitive field of study. So yes, sociology is much more than statistics.