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Advances in transdisciplinarity: Epistemologies, methodologies and processes

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Lawrence R. Advances in transdisciplinarity: Epistemologies, methodologies and processes. Futures. Epub 2014 Nov 21.

There has been a proliferation of contributions about transdisciplinarity during the last decade. Today transdisciplinarity is known and referenced in the natural and social sciences, and the humanities, as well as numerous professions. Hence it is appropriate to take stock of what has been achieved in both education and research during the last 10 years. These achievements include development of conceptual and analytical frameworks, a diversification of methods and approaches in precise localities, specific cases showing the creative, reflexive and transformative capacity of transdisciplinary inquiry, and concerns about the asymmetries of power and control of participants during processes of the co-production of knowledge. However, conceptual and institutional barriers for transdisciplinary inquiry are still common whereas incentives remain rare. This is not only due to the skepticism of decision makers in academic institutions, in conventional funding agencies and in policy decision making but also to the formal education and personal motives of scientific researchers in academic institutions.

Online at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S001632871400192X

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English

Type of Publication:

Journal article

Keywords:

Conceptual frameworks; Epistemologies; Methodologies; Outcomes; Transdisciplinary processes

Addresses these goal(s):

  • Learn about the field of team science: history, theory and concepts

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Resource created by Lauren Faulkner on 12/23/2014 10:00:12 AM.

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