Sociology as a science has met all the elements of science. By Harry M. Johnson, who was quoted by Soerjono Soekanto, sociology as a science of discrete, as follows.
Sociology is one of the fields of social science that studies society. Sociology as a science has met all the elements of science. By Harry M. Johnson, who was quoted by Soerjono Soekanto, sociology as a science of discrete, as follows. 
Empirical, ie based on observation and common sense are not the result of speculation (guessing).
Theoretically, that is always trying to make abstraction of the concrete results of field observation, and abstraction is a framework of elements arranged in a logical and purposeful run causal relationship so that it becomes a theory.
Cumulative, that is prepared on the basis of the theories that already exist, then repaired, expanded to reinforce the old theories.
Nonetis, namely discussion of a problem does not question the good or bad issue, but rather to explain the problem in depth.
The nature of sociology as a science as follows. 
Sociology is the study of social science as are social phenomena.
Normative disciplines including sociology, not a discipline that limits itself to the category of current events and not what happens or should happen.
Sociology including pure science (pure science) and applied science.
Sociology is a science rather abstract and concrete science. Meaning of concern is the shape and pattern of events in the community as a whole, not just the event itself.
Sociology aims to generate understanding and common patterns, as well as find the principles and general laws of human interaction, nature, nature, form, content and structure of human society.
Sociology is an empirical science and rational. This is about the methods used.
Sociology is common knowledge, that sociology has common symptoms that exist on the interaction between humans.