interdisciplinarity


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interdisciplinarity

(ˌɪntəˌdɪsɪplɪˈnærɪtɪ)
n
(Education) the quality or state of involving more than one discipline
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In his welcoming speech, DI acting president and vice-president for Academic Affairs Dr Yasir Suleiman Malley said "the interdisciplinarity aspect of the social sciences and humanities uniquely allows for the study of everything related to human beings, society and their respective histories".
Academics and practitioners working in various fields in Europe and Canada present 10 papers from a session at the Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference in 2014, to address the importance of interdisciplinarity and collaboration in community co-production through combining academic and community knowledge to contribute to insights about social impact and engagement.
Transdisciplinarity, possibly better known as interdisciplinarity, is the focus of Martin's work.
These themes included: interdisciplinarity, holism, health promotion, respect, access, client-centeredness and evidence-based practice.
Long considered a minor figure in both literary and art history, Leon Battista Alberti has moved decisively onto center stage in the last generation, especially as the exhibitions and congresses stimulated by the 2004 centenary have helped us see how compatible he is for our own age, which values creativity and interdisciplinarity in the humanities.
As interdisciplinarity was one of the hallmarks of Cold War rationality--a feature of the era's ethos that Cohen-Cole treats at length--their approach is a neat match for the topic.
To think about the study of German Romanticism after the year 2000 means to think about Romanticism in the curious postregnum of "Theory" and in the age of interdisciplinarity.
Research funders from around the world gathered in New Delhi to debate global approaches to Interdisciplinarity and the Equality and Status of Women in the field of Research.
Interdisciplinarity here allows for new development of these topics, breaking some new ground.
FROM DISCIPLINARITY TO MULTIDISCIPLINARITY, PLURIDISCIPLINARITY, INTERDISCIPLINARITY AND, MOST GENERAL, TRANSDISCIPLINARITY
According to Julie Klein and William Newell, interdisciplinarity is a way of teaching and learning that works as "a process of answering a question, solving a problem, or addressing a topic that is too broad or complex to be dealt with adequately by a single discipline or profession.
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