Examples for natural sciences: physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology.
Social sciences: psychology, sociology, criminology, psychiatry, political science, human geography, demography, economics, history, anthropology, archaeology, etc.
Natural science has:
- very good mathematical laws
- algorithms to predict phenomena based on solid theories.
- follows the scientific model in lab reports
- based on hypothesising general theories.
Is social science actually a science even despite the differences in the sue of some of the core elements of natural sciences? If so, should it be called something else other than science?