Transdisciplinarity: Between mainstreaming and marginalization

  title={Transdisciplinarity: Between mainstreaming and marginalization},
  author={Thomas Jahn and Matthias Bergmann and F. Keil},
  journal={Ecological Economics},
Transdisciplinarity: Marginal Direction or Global Approach of Contemporary Science?
The bibliometric content analysis of the literature reviews on the subject of transdisciplinary was used in order to determine correspondence of the opinions about transdisciplinarity with the meaning of its prime cause and initial ideas, as well as to generalize these opinions.
Problematizing Disciplinarity, Transdisciplinary Problematics
  • P. Osborne
  • Art, Philosophy
    Theory, culture & society
  • 2015
The question of the conceptual structure of transdisciplinary generality in the humanities, with respect to the incorporation of the 19th- and 20th-century German and French philosophical traditions into the anglophone humanities, is raised.
Transdisciplinary Research Bridges the Gap between Science and Pastoral Services
The flow of globalization has been unstoppable into most of the countries, including Indonesia, with this rapid transformation, and the response must be integrated and comprehensive, involving all
A Pragmatist Approach to Transdisciplinarity in Sustainability Research: From Complex Systems Theory to Reflexive Science
The importance of questioning the values, background assumptions, and normative orientations shaping sustainability research has been increasingly acknowledged, particularly in the context of
Transdisciplinarity: Dilemmas, Elasticity in Perspectives, and Anxiety–the Case of Integrated Surveys
  • W. D. Man
  • Economics
    Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering & Science
  • 2019
The aim of the paper is to contribute to the ongoing discourse of transdisciplinarity by providing a case study in the development some fifty years ago of `integrated surveys integrated,
Prospects of Integrating Transdisciplinarity and Systems Thinking in the Historical Framework of Various Socio-Cultural Contexts
During the 20th century, science generally advanced within a dual ideological context of capitalism and socialism. In capitalism, development of science has been of an evolutionary nature. However,
A political ecology of transdisciplinary research
  • Hali Healy
  • Political Science
    Journal of Political Ecology
  • 2019
Transdisciplinary research (TDR) is widely regarded as a promising, and even essential, means of addressing complex sustainability problems, whilst delivering beneficial outcomes for scientists and


Transdisciplinarity: a new mode of governing science?
What exactly does it mean to integrate extra-academic types of knowledge, interests and values into the procedures of scientific knowledge production? In this paper, we shall approach these questions
Disentangling Transdisciplinarity: An Analysis of Knowledge Integration in Problem-Oriented Research
Within the discourse promoting transdisciplinary research (TDR), also referred to as Mode 2 science, it is often claimed that scientifically coping with urgent life-world problems calls for
Foundations of transdisciplinarity
How can transdisciplinary research contribute to knowledge democracy
In any society, a wide diversity of actors has relevant knowledge concerning important societal problems. In a knowledge democracy both dominant and non-dominant actors have equal access and ability
Transdisciplinary Sustainability Science at Higher Education Institutions: Science Policy Tools for Incremental Institutional Change
At the very moment that humanity is facing a broadening ecological crisis, and that both policy makers and civil society are calling for a transition towards more sustainable societies, modern