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    • Inquiry, Interdisciplinary Study, and Minor Programs of Study 

      Weaver, Frederick S. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1986)
      The inquiry form of liberal education conveys a much-needed sense of purpose for undergraduate education. Inquiry principles enable the assessment of conventional organizations and practices with much clearer criteria ...
    • Interdisciplinarity and the University: The Dream and the Reality 

      Kockelmans, Joseph J. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1986)
      In proposing interdisciplinary programs to deal with the problems caused by specialization, it is important to understand the development of the modern university between the middle of the nineteenth century and the ...
    • The Quiet Revolution: The Transformation and Reintegration of the Humanities 

      Casey, Beth A. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1986)
      A transformation has occurred in the humanities during the past four decades which has permitted the humanistic disciplines to reintegrate with each other and with the social sciences. The gradual absorption of Saussurean ...
    • The Structure of Interdisciplinary Knowledge: A Polanyian View 

      Shin, Un-chol (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1986)
      The five-part theoretical scheme that Erich Jantsch devised to describe interrelations among disciplines provides interdisciplinarians with a sound framework for interdisciplinary knowledge. However, when Jantsch introduces ...