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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]
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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]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

interdisciplinary

(ĭn″tĕr-dĭ′sĭ-plĭ-năr″ē)
Involving or overlapping of two or more health care professions in a collaborative manner or effort.
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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]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Interdisciplinarity in research and teaching has been intensively discussed in science, as the special issue of Nature on interdisciplinarity in 2015 and a report on interdisciplinarity by the Global Research Council (Gleed and Marchant 2016) show.
Hence, interdisciplinarity, as conceived by liberal IR/IL scholars, is also ruled out on a meta-theoretical level, and the "dual agenda," framed as a mere attempt at unifying IR/IL through a common (meta-theoretical) methodology and vocabulary, is excised a second time from the critical IL project.
Interdisciplinarity between literary scholars and historians nowadays comes naturally to medieval studies, and this volume is a useful example of the practicalities of using historical context as an approach to The Canterbury Tales, and vice versa.
More than that, we are moving forward with the innovations that characterize our editorial policy of valuing interdisciplinarity, especially the interlocution with the field of Human and Social Sciences.
These themes included: interdisciplinarity, holism, health promotion, respect, access, client-centeredness and evidence-based practice.
Long considered a minor figure in both literary and art history, Leon Battista Alberti has moved decisively onto center stage in the last generation, especially as the exhibitions and congresses stimulated by the 2004 centenary have helped us see how compatible he is for our own age, which values creativity and interdisciplinarity in the humanities.
Interdisciplinarity here allows for new development of these topics, breaking some new ground.
FROM DISCIPLINARITY TO MULTIDISCIPLINARITY, PLURIDISCIPLINARITY, INTERDISCIPLINARITY AND, MOST GENERAL, TRANSDISCIPLINARITY
According to Julie Klein and William Newell, interdisciplinarity is a way of teaching and learning that works as "a process of answering a question, solving a problem, or addressing a topic that is too broad or complex to be dealt with adequately by a single discipline or profession." (2) Interdisciplinarity is about breaking out of the disciplinary boundaries so common in the world of higher education.
Readers should expect an increase in our ongoing commitment to interdisciplinarity and to our coverage of contemporary issues concerning workers and the labour movement.

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