Query : interdisciplinarity
- Degott, Pierre19
- Tholoniat, Yann19
- Bak, John S.12
- Gaudy-Campbell, Isabelle11
- Brun, Marilyne7
- Latham, Monica7
- Collé, Nathalie6
- Gallin, Annabelle6
- Claude Raynaut5
- Heberlé, Jean-Philippe5
- Jairo Muñoz Muñoz5
- Julián Arturo Lucio5
- Boullet, Vanessa4
- Darbellay, Frédéric4
- Le Floch, Vasilica4
- Carlos Alberto Ávila Araújo3
- Françoise Gourmelon3
- Gregorio A. López Moreira M3
- Klement Tockner3
- Leila da Costa Ferreira3
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences479
- Art and Art History229
- Cultural Heritage and Museology210
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology173
- Communication Sciences125
- Architecture and Space Management119
- Musicology and Performing Arts90
- Political Science86
- Biological Anthropology63
- Methods and Statistics63
- Gender Studies62
- Archaeology and Prehistory48
- Environmental studies41
- Economies and Finances27
- Classical Studies20
Patrick Charaudeau defines himself as a semiologist and a researcher in Discourse Analysis. It is as such that he intervenes here. As a matter of fact he defines, on a tone which is not polemical, what conditions are necessary for the interdisciplinarity to come true. Two linguists – Dominique Maing...
The Vocabulary of Demography, from its Origins to the Present Day: A Digital Exploration
Launched at the end of 2010, Ngram Viewer can be used to detect trends in word usage in the millions of documents digitized by Google Books, covering a period from the sixteenth century up to the present day (eighteenth century for the French corpus). This article exploits the capabilities of this n...
Nicole Mathieu conference of 17 June 2014 (ticket updated on 1/03/2016)
On 17 June 2014, Nicole Mathieu (Director of Emeritus Research at the CNRS) gave a conference on her interdisciplinary pathway in the framework of the Observatory of Interdisciplinary Practices: “Interdisciplinarity between nature and society. Feedback on the history of past experiences: from field...
Exhumation, reinterpretation and/or treason exhumation, reinterpretation and/or treason: Haiti’s 20th and 21th centuries
H2020 Project K-PLEX: WP4 Report on Data, Knowledge Organisation and Epistemics
This report on Data, Knowledge Organisation, and Epistemic Impact covers the findings of WP 4 of the K-PLEX project. It focuses on data collection, production, and analysis in a broad range of scientific disciplines, on epistemologies and methodologies, and research organisation. The cross-disciplin...
“Ecosystem services in urban environments, what kind of assessment?”, introduction of the session "What kind of evaluation?"
Art and Science
Art and Science Under the leadership of Jean-Paul Fourmentraux CNRS Éditions, 2012 Online order Marriage of art and science is the result of a complex link. Even today, the dialogue between ‘scientific creation’ and ‘artistic research’ remains the subject of intense negotiations and mixed aims, whic...
« “R. B. – a poem”: Robert Burns, Robert Browning… and Luis Cernuda ».
Argumentation and analysis of the speech: theoretical perspectives and disciplinary breakdowns
The main objective of this article is twofold: outline the advantages of integrating argumentation into the AD (in its contemporary French side); address interdisciplinarity issues arising from this approach in their scientific and institutional dimensions. The first part summarises the theory of “a...
Η επικαιρότητα της κριτικής θεωρίας: υπάρχουν επιχειρήματα επιστημολογικής καινοτομίας;
Σκοπός του άρθρου είναι να μελετήσει το πώς η κριτική θεωρία υιοθετεί τη μεθοδολογία της διεπιστημονικότητας ως τον καινοτόμο τρόπο ανταλλαγής επιχειρημάτων ανάμεσα στις επιστήμες και να ερευνήσει εάν υπάρχουν καινοτόμα επιχειρήματα στην επιστημολογία της κριτικής θεωρίας κατά τον εικοστό πρώτο αιών...
Mathematics and ethics
In this article, we will show that the relationship between ethics and mathematics is effective, but indirect, and mobilise other disciplines to be highlighted. Ethics, as it concerns science, will be seen as a way to balance the relationship between the main areas first and then the combinations of...
A choreographic practice: interdisciplinarity in dance studies
Dance studies are a recent academic discipline, in particular the question of how to combine a disciplinary positioning, perceived as necessary for its legitimacy, and an interdisciplinary posture, perceived as the only way to meet the requirements of research in this field, in order to reflect the...
Digital and disability situations: the “body divides, digital fractures” project
This article presents the main objectives and results of the research project “body divides, digital fractures”, funded by the House of Human Sciences in Aquitaine. Supported by interdisciplinary collaboration involving different types of actors, this project aims both to take an analytical and crit...
A lost geograph on
Interdisciplinary display is inherent in contemporary research programmes. However, interdisciplinarity is not factual data or a method applicable to any research and could even be a leurre. I therefore question in this paper the influence which the interdisciplinary condition of a research programm...
Understanding technology acceptance by elderly: an analysis grounded on the participatory design of an interactive calendar
Technologies may support older adults in their aging process. However, to be useful, they have to be accepted. Existing technology acceptance models are not well adapted into the gerontological context. These models probably neglect aging-specific acceptance factors. The aim of this study is to unde...
Ecology and Humanities
Keynote Speaker, “Early Forms of Literary Journalism: From WWI Trench Journals to the Jornal das Trincheiras of the Revolução Paulista.”
Research using mixed methods in public health: challenges and illustration
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe quantitative and qualitative methods have been associated for many years in different research fields, but it is only recently that this association has been conceptualised in terms of research using mixed methods. A number of authors even agree to characterise this emergin...
Direct speech and punctuation of old English poetic manuscripts
Interdisciplinarity in action. Rural research experiments (coordination du no)
The social challenges of interdisciplinary work. The example of comprehensive user care
"titrebSummary '/titreb. This article aims to reflect on the issue of social work in the context of the overall coverage of users by professionals with different training courses. The term interdisciplinarity should be used here in the context of exchanges between professionals on their practices. W...
“Digital Humanities”/emb: towards interdisciplinarity 2.0?
The development of professional identity at university: a proposal from the teaching in Business Management
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Interdisciplinarity and reciprocity: setting up a theoretical context
The aim here is to place the diversity of research practices illustrated by the compendium in the context of contemporary reflection on the relationship between translators and its neighbouring disciplines. While the latter has long been defined as an ‘import’ discipline (Kaindl 1997) of exogenous c...
From visual rhythm to sound rhythm: browningnian choironomy