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This review of core competencies that need to be taught to develop transdisciplinary research includes:

This handbook describes 21 cases organised using the three phases of a transdisciplinary research project: 1) problem structuring, 2) problem investigation and 3) bringing results to fruition.

Transdisciplinary research is based on the objects of integration and implementation. The research process aims to create space for common thinking, mutual learning and joint action between partners from diverse disciplines and societal fields in order to create knowledge, understanding and induce transformation.

Presents cases developed in a transdisciplinary case study course for undergraduates and postgraduates that has run at the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology since 2002. Students explore sustainable solutions for a particular complex real-world problem.

The TdLab provides two online repositories dealing with challenges in sustainable development. The first involves completed transdisciplinary case studies undertaken by postgraduate students from 1994 onwards.

This book presents three case studies on, respectively, health of resettled refugees, "street health" and safety. It also covers a range of topics, including benefits and challenges of transdisciplinary research, the research process, training and funding.

Six main features of values are described:

This resource presents “…core skills of effective writing, how to write for scientific publication, and how to write for advocacy. Writing for Change will enhance your capacity to write in ways that promote action from your target audience. It is full of practical exercises and examples from the field of international development.

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