The emergence of transdisciplinary methodology in western science

This report provides an outline of key theoretical and methodological developments in transdisciplinary methodology that emerged from the 2nd World Congress on transdisciplinarity (2005) along with an assessment of just how these developments could benefit New Zealand’s innovationsystems. In addition, the content of this report provides a concise outline of emerging developments in transdisciplinary methodology that are further elaborated in a more recent international journal publication by Cole (2017) that attempts to culturally, theoretically and methodologically position theexistence of a distinctive indigenous (Māori) transdisciplinarity.

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Cole, A. O. me ōna tūpuna (2019). The emergence of transdisciplinary methodology in western science. Kōrero Māori report 23. Tauranga, New Zealand: iPansophy Limited Digital Publishing. [Download]

 

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