Interrelation between Social Intelligence and Journalism


  • Narantuya Demberel National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar 14200, Mongolia


The article discusses what the social intelligence is, why it is essential to study it, and what are the objects or aspects of the social intelligence consists of, and its forms, as well as positive-impact and negative-impact factors in maturity of the social intelligence in terms of the Mongolian nomadic point of view which is the concept ‘all is one’, and of the modern theories of social sciences. In the course of the research, we have seen that the social intelligence might be the cross-disciplinary target of the social sciences, particularly of media science, media institutions such as professional broadcasting or publishing companies, and journalists, reporters and researchers that affect and shape the social intelligence, that the intelligent demand to clarify and advance the concept of the social intelligence have arisen.


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How to Cite

Demberel, N. (2023). Interrelation between Social Intelligence and Journalism. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 90(1), 568–572. Retrieved from