The Practice of Interdisciplinarity: Complex Conditions and the Potential of Interdisciplinary Theory
This article illustrates the formulation of interdisciplinary process presented in Bill Newell’s article, “A Theory of Interdisciplinary Studies,” by examining a “self-organized” community effort. This effort shows the power of interdisciplinary process, whether consciously or unconsciously applied, in a social setting. It also guides our understanding of the potential strengths and limits of the interdisciplinary process, especially in complex social systems.
Meek, Jack. "The practice of interdisciplinarity: Complex conditions and the potential of interdisciplinary theory." Issues in Integrative Studies 19 (2001): 123-132.
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