Fifth World studies

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Fifth World studies is branch of the field of Cyberanthropology, and largely the result of the practical and theoretical work of cyberanthropologist Cesidio Tallini.

This is how the field of Fifth World studies is related to other sciences:

However, Fifth World studies, being very broadly also a branch of the Humanities field called Area studies or Cultural studies, is also interdisciplinary in nature.

The field of Fifth World studies is related to other social sciences such as Communications (Telecommunications), Economics (Human development theory), Geography (Cultural geography), Linguistics (Linguistic anthropology), Political Science, Psychology (Evolutionary psychology, Cognitive science and Neuropsychology), Sociology (Environmental sociology, Economic sociology, Science and technology studies, and Social theory), and Cultural studies. Fifth World studies, however, is also related to the fields outside of the social sciences such as Mathematics, Computer science (Information technology and Network science), Biology (Evolutionary biology and Sociobiology), Philosophy (Ethics, Metaphysics, and the Philosophy of religion), Religious studies (Catholic studies, Christian theology, Jewish Studies, Theology), Education (Educational technology), Law (Canon law, Comparative law, Constitutional law, Civil law, International law, and the Philosophy of law.