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Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research 1st Edition He has edited two books, including the foundational Interdisciplinarity Essays from the Literature, and two special issues of journals. He has published over 30 articles and chapters on interdisciplinary studies, with seminal contributions to the theory and practice of Cited by: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Group for Research and Innovation in Higher Education.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Illustrating his thesis with a wide range of case studies including the diffusion of ideas between fields, the creation of interdisciplinary scholarly journals, and the rise of new fields that spin off from existing ones, Jacobs turns many of the criticisms of disciplines on their heads to mount a powerful defense of the enduring value of Cited by: Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies (SAGE Publications) by Allen F.
Repko, William H. Newell, and Rick Szostak Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies demonstrates the interdisciplinary research process to research questions as well as outlines crucial techniques needed to conduct and apply thorough, academic research to a variety of.
Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research successfully applies the model of the interdisciplinary research process outlined by author Allen F. Repko in Interdisciplinary Research,(SAGE ) to a wide spectrum of challenging research questions. Self-contained case studies, written Price: $ Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research.
Edit resource. Repko A, Newell W, Szostak R. Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research. 1st ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.; Self-contained case studies teach students best practices in interdisciplinary research. The framework was established on the basis of a literature review of 93 Scopus articles on interdisciplinary learning in engineering education and on the basis of data collection of six case.
Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research successfully applies the model of the interdisciplinary research process outlined by author Allen F. Repko in Interdisciplinary Research, (SAGE ©) to a wide spectrum of challenging research questions. Self-contained case studies, written by leaders in interdisciplinary research, and utilizing best-practice techniques.
Interdisciplinary Problem Framing for Sustainability: Challenges, A Framework, Case Studies Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Sustainable Forestry May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies provides a comprehensive introduction to interdisciplinary studies with an approach that is conceptual and tely updated to reflect advances in the literature on research, learning, and assessment, the book describes the role of both disciplines and interdisciplinarity within the academy, and how these have evolved.
This book presents a discussion of concepts and definitions of interdisciplinarity and collaboration, and introduces a model of interdisciplinary collaboration. Throughout the report key concepts are illustrated with case studies and results of the committee s surveys of individual researchers and university provosts.
Contributors. In their book International Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches, Pami Aalto, Vilho Harle and Sami Moisio () explain the concept of interdisciplinarity as the relation of different disciplines or fields of research immersed in the study of international issues (p.
13). This idea is based on Quincy Wright’s interdisciplinary approach. Book Description This book offers a survey of the development of interdisciplinarity in religious studies within academia and offers ways for it to continue to progress in contemporary universities.
It examines the use of the term ‘interdisciplinary’ in the context of the academic study of religion and how it shapes the way scholarly work.
The book includes two sets of case studies - the first on the implications of interdisciplinarity for literary studies, art history, and music; the second on the shifting trajectories of American studies, African American studies, and women's studies - and concludes by asking what impact new scholarly practices have had on humanities education.
Book Description. Performing Interdisciplinarity proposes new ways of engaging with performance as it crosses, collides with, integrates and/or disturbs other disciplinary concerns. From Activism and Political Philosophy to Cognitive Science and Forensics, each chapter explores the relationships between performance and another discipline.
Welcome to the SAGE edge site for Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies, 3rd SAGE edge site for Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies by Allen F.
Repko, Rick Szostak, and Michelle Phillips Buchberger offers a robust online environment you can access anytime, anywhere, and features an impressive array of free tools and resources to keep you on the.
Books are not necessarily case studies. Books are not meant to be case studies. However, Books can be a compilation of a number of case studies, in which case they would be attributed to a number of different authors, at which point they will ceas. Through six case studies of interdisciplinary seminars for faculty, Interdisciplinary Conversations investigates pivotal interdisciplinary conversations and analyzes the factors that make them work.
Past discussions about barriers to interdisciplinary collaborations fixate on funding, the academic reward system, and the difficulties of. The book includes two sets of case studies—the first on the implications of interdisciplinarity for literary studies, art history, and music; the second on the shifting trajectories of American studies, African American studies, and women’s studies—and concludes by asking what impact new scholarly practices have had on humanities Cited by: Interesting text in that it is really more or less an analysis/exploration of several case studies, each of which provides a different lens by which to view how one wishes to proceed in an interdisciplinary approach to conducting case studies.
A great read in of itself, but not a "text book" per se, at least not in the way that I require. Interdisciplinarity, Research Policies and Practices: Two Case Studies in Norway Introduction This report focuses on how research programmes which are interdisciplinary in dispositionactually “do interdisciplinarity”.
The purpose is to illuminate how interdisciplinarity is stated, performed and evaluated at different levels; the program. The book includes two sets of case studies the first on the implications of interdisciplinarity for literary studies, art history, and music; the second on the shifting trajectories of American studies, African American studies, and women s studies and concludes by asking what impact new scholarly practices have had on humanities education.
Or your disciplines may be primarily qualitative, using interviews, case studies, and observations of human behavior to understand its content.
Some disciplines use a mix of these methods. Some disciplines use a mix of these : Robin DeRosa. Calls for closer connections among disciplines can be heard throughout the world of scholarly research, from major universities to the National Institutes of Health.
In Defense of Disciplines presents a fresh and daring analysis of the argument surrounding interdisciplinarity. Challenging the belief that blurring the boundaries between traditional academic fields promotes more. 5 multi/interdisciplinarity shapes (or does not shape) the practices of doing research and working in a project.
The two case studies of this report are called Marginalisation, Inequality and Ethnic Relations in Finland (SYREENI) and Interaction across the Gulf of Bothnia (SVEFI). The SYREENI programme was funded by the national research council, the Academy. Buy Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research 1 by Newell, William H, Repko, Dr.
Allen F., Szostak, Rick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). Interdisciplinarity covers one of the most important changes in attitude and methodology in the history of the university.
Taking the study of English as its main example, this fully updated second edition examines the ways in which we have organized knowledge into disciplines, and are now reorganizing it into new configurations as existing structures come to Pages: Conferences Each year sincethe AIS has attracted scholars and administrators from across the country and more recently from around the world as well with a keen interest in developing and promoting research, pedagogy, and programs in.
Co-Edited Works. Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research (co-edited with Allen F. Repko and William H. Newell)Thousand Oaks: Sage.; Canada Since Confederation: A History on CD-Rom, Chinook Multimedia, Sept.I was a member of a twelve person editorial board which commissioned and edited some papers.; Tales of Narcissus: The Looking Glass of.
The book includes two sets of case studies—the first on the implications of interdisciplinarity for literary studies, art history, and music; the second on File Size: KB. A new book, Undisciplining Knowledge: Interdisciplinarity in the Twentieth Century (Johns Hopkins University Press), considers what interdisciplinarity really means, and both its positive and negative impacts.
The author is Harvey J. Graff, Ohio Eminent Scholar in Literacy Studies and a professor of English and history at Ohio State University. The growing body of research on interdisciplinarity has encouraged a more in depth analysis of the relations that hold among academic disciplines.
In particular, the incursion of one scientific discipline into another discipline’s traditional domain, also known as scientific imperialism, has been a matter of increasing debate.
case studies of ‘real world’ research expose the practice of interdisciplinarity to students. However, the power of case studies to stimulate deeper interdisciplinary learning is greatly increased when the case studies are used in conjunction with complementary teaching tools such as reflective journals, group discussion and group projects.
Featuring practitioner, academic and commentator experiences, and clear case studies, this book will enable researchers, front-line workers, managers, service commissioners and politicians to identify and employ the most appropriate health, social and economic interventions to support those at the edge of the community, and the promotion of.
The exclusion of the frontier wars in the Australian War Memorial supports Willinksy’s argument as it creates a psychological division of the inferiority of the Australian aborigines and the British colonialists.
The memorial was opened in and aims to commemorate the country's soldiers that died during the wars that make up its history. Interest in doing, funding, and studying interdisciplinary work has built to crescendo in recent years.
But despite this growing enthusiasm, our collective understanding of the dynamics, rewards, and challenges of faculty conversations across disciplines remains murky.
Through six case studies of interdisciplinary seminars for faculty, Interdisciplinary Conversations. "The essays and primary research studies presented in Perspectives in Interdisciplinary and Integrative Studies extend the field of integrative studies further by drawing a clear distinction between integrative and interdisciplinary studies, in which integrative studies provides for a synthesis of study and life, an application of interdisciplinarity to complex problems.
Integration is widely regarded as the primary methodology of interdisciplinarity. In the chapter on interdisciplinary studies (IDS) in the Handbook of Undergraduate Curriculum, Klein and Newell () called integration the “acid test” of IDS (p.
The book includes two sets of case studies—the first on the implications of interdisciplinarity for literary studies, art history, and music; the second on the shifting trajectories of American studies, African American studies, and women’s studies—and concludes by asking what impact new scholarly practices have had on humanities.
Teaching sustainability is both exciting and challenging because of the interdisciplinary nature of the problems at stake. When teaching these issues, instructors are often working outside their own areas of expertise.
How do you bring new content knowledge into the classroom without overburdening yourself. Ways to build interdisciplinary classrooms include: Author: Rhett Mcdaniel. Undisciplining Knowledge: Interdisciplinarity in the Twentieth Century.
In this Book. and practices of interdisciplinarity through comparative case studies. Graff interweaves this narrative with a social, institutional, and intellectual history of interdisciplinary efforts over the years of the modern university, focusing on both its Cited by: Interdisciplinary Research: Case Studies from Health and Social Science.
Editor's Pick for: Julie Thompson Klein, Daniel Stokols Edit resource. Kessel F, Rosenfield P, Anderson N, eds. Interdisciplinary Research: Case Studies from Health and Social Science. 2nd ed.