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    • Access to Interdisciplinary Information: Setting the Problem 

      Fiscella, Joan B. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989)
      Identifying and locating interdisciplinary literature, and ideas and information that reside in different disciplines, poses problems for researchers and students. Using electronic means of access, such as online indexes ...
    • Interdisciplinarity and the Canon of Art History 

      Kraft, Selma (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989)
      With the recent overthrow of the canon of art history, interest in works of art as aesthetic form is being replaced by interest in them as representations of meaning. Not only are methods and theories of disciplines other ...
    • Readings: An Invitation 

      Bailis, Stanley (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989)
    • Textuality, Social Science and Society 

      Harvey Brown, Richard (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989)
      The conflict that exists in our culture between the vocabularies of scientific discourse and of narrative discourse, between positivism and romanticism, objectivism and subjectivism, and between system and lifeworld can ...
    • The Loss of Innovation: Peer Review in Multi- and Interdisciplinary Research 

      Perper, Timothy (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989)
      Multi- and interdisciplinary research, processes of synthesizing new questions and paradigms between two or more fields, are particularly sensitive to inept peer reviewing. This is primarily because: a) such science is ...
    • William Bechtel, Integrating Scientific Disciplines 

      Jordan, Trace (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989)