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Definition of Disciplinarity
1. [n -TIES]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Disciplinarity
Literary usage of Disciplinarity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Understanding the Brain: Towards a New Learning Science by OECD Staff (2002)
"Figures 4a and 46 show the difference between the concepts of inter- or multi- disciplinarity and trans-disciplinarity. "New comprehensive fields, such as ..."
2. Crossover: Architecture, Urbanism, Technology by Ad Graafland, Leslie Jaye Kavanaugh, George Baird (2006)
"One could say that their definition of disciplinarity is directed against ... In doing so, they contrast the 'two orientations towards disciplinarity: That ..."
3. Changing Modes: New Knowledge Production and Its Implications for Higher by Andre Kraak (2000)
"This impermeability goes entirely against the thrust towards Mode 2 trans- disciplinarity (UWC, 1995:22,23). The degree to which this kind of academic ..."
4. Knowledge-based Economy and ICT-related Education in Estonia: Overview of by Rainer Kattel, Rainer Kattel and Tarmo Kalvet, Tarmo Kalvet, Praxis, poliitikauuringute keskus (2006)
"Strong inter-disciplinarity, especially in the areas of engineering and design. z 3. Subjects taught in English. Internship, etc. ..."
5. Social Sciences for Knowledge and Decision Making by Organization for Economic Cooperation An, OECD Staff, Oecd (2001)
"Scale and multi-disciplinarity: Studying ICTs involves at least economic (the cost of networks and services), social (the dynamics of networks and service) ..."
6. Turning Science Into Business: Patenting And Licensing At Public Research by OECD Staff, Oecd (2003)
"The increasing cross-disciplinarity of recent technology developments and the rapid increase in their complexity. • The lack of talent to study many ..."