interdisciplinarity


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interdisciplinarity

(ˌɪntəˌdɪsɪplɪˈnærɪtɪ)
n
(Education) the quality or state of involving more than one discipline
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According to Dr Shao, the motivation of the interdisciplinary study in his book lays in obtaining an efficient method to quantify the research interdisciplinarities, revealing the research interdisciplinarity patterns of mathematic discipline etc.
Under the theme 'Joining the Dots: Interdisciplinarity in Middle East Studies', the conference emphasised the vital role of interdisciplinary approach in understanding the inter-connectedness of the social, cultural, political and economic structures and conditions throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
Under the theme 'Joining the Dots: Interdisciplinarity in Middle East Studies', the conference aimed to advance interdisciplinarity as vital in understanding the interconnectedness of the social, cultural, political and economic structures and conditions throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
The UNESCO International Water Conference aims to to discuss intersectoral approaches to the governance and management of water resources, to launch a Call for Action to foster, embrace, and adopt intersectoral water management, to share good practices enabling participation, transparency and information-sharing and to give evidence of the importance of interdisciplinarity and the integration of sciences to support Member States in reaching the goals of the water-related international agendas.
"It is designed as an international law institution that promotes intersectionality, interdisciplinarity, diversity and cultural pluralism in the ASEAN," the UP Law said.
Chapters are grouped according to themes of narrative and methods of text, cultural exchange, new urbanisms, interdisciplinarity, literature, and the future of the field.
In academic practice, we find a variety of definitions of interdisciplinarity. How do climate scientists define the term?
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This was, to her, an agenda of renewal rather than innovation, as the roots of such IR/IL interdisciplinarity harked back to the inter-War, or, indeed, pre-War period, during which a (more or less) explicitly liberal project of international law engendered an equally liberal reflection on the need for international organization (Hudson 1932, Miller and Bratspiess 2008).
The stakes of this interdisciplinarity are high: Over the past several years, many have argued for new media art's inclusion in mainstream contemporary art discourse (for example, by pointing to new media's fundamental interactivity as proof of its kinship with relational aesthetics).
Transdisciplinarity, possibly better known as interdisciplinarity, is the focus of Martin's work.
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