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Matrix Definition of History and Other Disciplines

History History is anything that is past recorded, weather about culture, food or people. History is also about all the remaining facts of past time that is extincted to this day. plenty of people use history. History tells us about the people, places and events of the past, arranged in chronological order. It tells us about our ancestors - their lifestyles, occupations, customs and traditions, religious beliefs, social and political systems and cultural patterns. it also tells us about their problems, aspirations as well as their achievements. Other Disciplines Human Development: Culture is the result of the history of a society. Psychology: History shapes culture, and culture is what makes us who we are; it teaches us how to think, behave, communicate, and interact with others. Sociology: All societies have a cultural context in which they live by. Our culture shapes the attitudes, beliefs, and morality in which we live by, and these too are based on the history of the society.

History and the Other Disciplines in the Philippines


History as a discipline has no precise and definite boundaries. It shares many points of common interest with other social disciplines in the Philippines, some of which are the following: #1. Political Science the relation between the political scientist and the historian is obvious. The political scientist, more often than never, adopts a historical approach and employs knowledge of the past when he needs to interpret present and probable scenarios and developments in political phenomena. #2. Economics Philippine history and economics are jointly concerned with the fact that economic conditions affect the organization, development, and activities of a state. Historians regularly adopt an economic approach when seeking to interpret such matters as financial policies and government regulation of business. #3. Geography the use of geography helps the Philippine historian to explain historical phenomena such as the influence of certain physical factors upon political and social development of a nation. #4. Sociology and Anthropology the study of history embraces the study of sociology and anthropology. Since history is deeply concerned with the origins and nature of social control and governmental authority and with the abiding influences of race and culture upon society, historians should seek the help of available sociological and anthropological data. #5. Philosophy concepts and doctrines about the state of universal thinkers are important to the historian. These concepts are the underlying forces in the framing of constitutions and laws. The historian considers a branch of philosophy, called ethics, when he analyzes the moral background of proposed changes in social legislation. #6. Psychology the historian as well as the psychologist promotes studies of mental and emotional processes motivating the political behaviour of individuals and groups. One of the many topics which the historian handles from a psychological approach is that of public opinion, pressure groups, and propaganda.

History and the Other Disciplines in the Philippines


History as a discipline has no precise and definite boundaries. It shares many points of common interest with other social disciplines in the Philippines, some of which are the following: #1. Political Science the relation between the political scientist and the historian is obvious. The political scientist, more often than never, adopts a historical approach and employs knowledge of the past when he needs to interpret present and probable scenarios and developments in political phenomena. #2. Economics Philippine history and economics are jointly concerned with the fact that economic conditions affect the organization, development, and activities of a state. Historians regularly adopt an economic approach when seeking to interpret such matters as financial policies and government regulation of business. #3. Geography the use of geography helps the Philippine historian to explain historical phenomena such as the influence of certain physical factors upon political and social development of a nation. #4. Sociology and Anthropology the study of history embraces the study of sociology and anthropology. Since history is deeply concerned with the origins and nature of social control and governmental authority and with the abiding influences of race and culture upon society, historians should seek the help of available sociological and anthropological data. #5. Philosophy concepts and doctrines about the state of universal thinkers are important to the historian. These concepts are the underlying forces in the framing of constitutions and laws. The historian considers a branch of philosophy, called ethics, when he analyzes the moral background of proposed changes in social legislation. #6. Psychology the historian as well as the psychologist promotes studies of mental and emotional processes motivating the political behaviour of individuals and groups. One of the many topics which the historian handles from a psychological approach is that of public opinion, pressure groups, and propaganda.