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    • How to Do Interdisciplinarity: Integrating the Debate 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2002)
      This paper develops a twelve-step process for interdisciplinary research. While individual researchers cannot be expected to follow all of these steps in every research project, the process alerts them to the dangers of ...
    • Intuition and Interdisciplinarity: A Reply to Mackey 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2002)
    • Modernism, Postmodernism, and Interdisciplinarity 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2007)
      While postmodernist and modernist approaches to a range of epistemological and methodological issues are well established, there is less explicit attention given to the contribution of interdisciplinarity to these same ...
    • Putting Social Structure in Its Place Schematically 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2001)
      I apply the schema I developed in a recent Issues in Integrative Studies (IIS) paper (consisting of a hierarchically organized list of the phenomena of interest to human scientists, and the causal links or influences among ...
    • The State of the Field: Interdisciplinary Research 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2013)
      Our understanding of the process of interdisciplinary research has expanded considerably over the last decades. The purpose of this brief paper is to take stock of where we are and where we are going.  The first section ...
    • Toward a Unified Human Science 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2000)
      An organizing schema for human science is constructed, which consists of a hierarchical list of the phenomena of interest to human scientists, and the causal links (influences) among these phenomena. Such a schema has been ...
    • Whither Interdisciplinarity 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2006)
      This essay comments on Stuart Henry's important contribution to our thinking about the administration of interdisciplinary programs. Though I quibble with a few of the arguments he makes in the last volume of Issues, I ...