The relationship between anthropology and sociology is dependent upon the human cultures that are studied in both disciplines. Sociology looks at human beings during a specific time period, while anthropology looks at the overall growth and change of humans from ancestral times to present-day times.
Anthropologists often study fossils and look at human remains, while sociologists often look at more psychological facets or specific time periods. Sociology focuses on the relationships between humans, including their immediate families, extended families, work places and general community or society. Anthropology covers many aspects of humanity as possible, including evolutionary origins and changes in physiology.