Learning about transdisciplinarity: Where are we? Where have we been? Where should we go?
Scholz, a social scientist and decision theorist interested in theoretical basics, and Marks, a systems engineer with experience in real-world problem solving, offer insights on the epistemology, methodology, organization, societal and professional-practice dimensions of transdisciplinarity. Transdisciplinarity represents a move from science on/about society towards science for/with society. Their detailed recommendations include more work on theory, standards of quality, and creating strong institutional frameworks.
KeywordsKnowledge Integration Joint Problem Mutual Learning Good System Model Transdisciplinary Process
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