Owego Posted December 27, 2013 Share Posted December 27, 2013 I have an undergraduate degree in sociology and am about to embark on a masters program in computer science. I like computer science but sociology (specifically population studies) remains my true passion. I want to find a way to marry the two subjects and use my computer science skills to make me a better sociologist. I've been reading up on computational sociology, but it doesn't seem as useful to population studies as it is for other sociology disciplines. There is something called Agent-Based Computational Demography, but it doesn't seem very mainstream. Any thoughts on other ways computer science can be married with population studies? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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