This collection of cases illustrates how to draw on disciplinary insights, as well as different approaches to integration. They are based on Repko’s model of the interdisciplinary research process (found in Interdisciplinary Research: Process and Theory (2008; second edition, 2012)). Topics cover Israel’s conflicted identify, “the metropolitan problem”, the causes of suicide terrorism, the causes of economic growth, the evolutionary origin of language, understanding human action, and school violence. The book concludes by presenting a comparative knowledge base on research integration.
Reference: Repko, A. F., Newell, W. H. and Szostak, R. (2012). Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research. Sage: California, USA.
Posted: January 2012
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