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in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nār'ē),
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of medicine and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]

in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nar-ē)
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of medicine and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]

interdisciplinary

(ĭn″tĕr-dĭ′sĭ-plĭ-năr″ē)
Involving or overlapping of two or more health care professions in a collaborative manner or effort.

in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nar-ē)
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of dentistry, medicine, and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]
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The analysis of frames or frame analysis soon became a discipline in its own rights being used interdisciplinarily in communication, political or social studies.
Hence, while time-dimension makes the research more complex, both theoretically and methodologically, it also becomes a connecting approach disciplinarily, as well as interdisciplinarily.
First, who at the lime was teaching in the Department of Sociology at the University of Durham, was nonetheless interdisciplinarily posted to the Department of Economics at the University of Dar es Salaam, where she would contribute to the emerging curriculum in political economy, such as the second-year course, Econ 202, "Political Economy of Underdevelopment and Planning.
Working interdisciplinarily ensures the sustainability of the improvements, but another positive side effect is that the groups can analyze each other's work processes to see how many steps each process actually includes and how much time is spent doing them.
We clearly all benefit from reading across fields and reading interdisciplinarily, but what is this material's relevance to the field of constitutional studies specifically?
There will be a main effect of group type on interdisciplinary attitudes such that students in the experimental group will have higher posttest scores, reflecting more positive attitudes about working interdisciplinarily in the future than those in the control group.
In the two volumes under review, Bonnie Effros's aim has not been to weld all this material into a comprehensive and systematic synthesis, which would be an immense task, but to broadcast two messages: on the one hand, its importance for the history of the early Middle Ages; on the other hand, the importance of studying it interdisciplinarily and with proper appreciation of its contexts of composition.
One such opening is Given-Wilson's deft discussion of Usk as compilator, interdisciplinarily elaborated in the context of Alastair Minnis's work on the literary implications of that term.
Kalman ponders whether these interdisciplinarily trained academics may "take those [non-legal] disciplines more seriously than did their predecessors.
The field of environmental health and protection requires the involvement of scores of disciplines as well as interdisciplinarily trained personnel.

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