interdisciplinarity

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Croiser les disciplines, se croiser dans l’indiscipline.

Dialogue autour de la notion de rythme.

Juliana GonzálezLucien Delley et Laurie Daffe | 17.04.2019

As polysemous and intangible as the notion of "rhythm" might be, one must note its capacity to make diverse disciplines (such as geography, literature, biology, dance, sociology or economy) work and speak together. Wishing to pursue this dialogue, can the specific conditions to build a common reflection and the production of an "undisciplined knowledge" be identified ? In light of the seminar "Urban Rhythms" – that took place in Lausanne from 8 to 10 November 2017 –, our reflection [...]

Des fonctions d’un glossaire dans un programme de recherche pluridisciplinaire. Peer review

Exemple du glossaire du programme ANR, « Inégalités éducatives et construction des parcours des 11-15 ans dans leurs espaces de vie ».

Magali HardouinRégis KeerleJean-François ThéminesGérard BoudesseulIsabelle DanicOlivier DavidBarbara FontarChristophe GuibertLionel GuillemotMickaël Le MentecPascal Plantard et Louisa Plouchart-Even | 04.05.2018

From January 2012 till October 2015, the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (a French agency of research) financed a program called INEDUC, which dealt with young people (11-15 years old), their educational disparities and the construction of their pathways in their living spaces. Thirty researchers of several disciplines (geographers, sociologists, researchers of the sciences of the education and the sciences of information and communication) have been involved in this program. They chose voluntarily an interdisciplinary approach. That is why [...]

Pratiquer l’interdisciplinarité : pourquoi persister ? Peer review

Nicole Mathieu | 07.02.2018

In charge of the conclusion of a seminar devoted to the evaluation of the multidisciplinary practices of young researchers with various disciplinary trainings, the author drives the reader of this paper into a confrontation of the postures and experiences of these "newbies" with her own, built in its long time of experience in interdisciplinarity. By identifying first the points of convergence – to get out of disciplinary rigidity and invent an assembling method –, she then detects those that deviate from [...]

Foucault va à l’église. Peer review

Repenser l’efficacité rituelle et la subjectivation par le croisement disciplinaire.

Daphné Le Roux | 21.12.2017

If only civil weddings legally create the union between a husband and his wife, and if Catholic weddings are nothing but optional, how can we account for the ritual effectiveness of the latter ? How to think the effects actions have on the fiancés who perform them ? This article aims to highlight how an interdisciplinary approach can help us face these questions. On the one hand, using philosophical concepts – namely, here, subjectivation – allows us to understand [...]

L’interdisciplinarité : doit-elle choisir entre produire un savoir et cultiver une pratique ? Peer review

Barthélemy Durrive et Julie Noack | 23.11.2017

This paper offers a comparative analysis of two interdisciplinary projects built on the same principle. The first experience lasted four years (from 2009 to 2013), the second started a year ago (January 2015). The comparison we propose focuses on the methodological difficulties we encountered in each project specifically, and the aim is to describe how they have been responded to. More precisely : the challenge we would like to emphasize in multidisciplinary research regards the constitution of a positive yet [...]

L’interdisciplinarité, manière de faire ou de dire la science ?

Jacques Hamel | 21.01.2013

This article considers the core aspects of interdisciplinarity. After examining briefly what this commonly-used notion implies, we aim to show that interdisciplinarity, while possibly tempering specialization within the fields of science and social sciences, is not an all-new concept, and proves to be a difficult task, as Durkheim and Simmel have shown in their day in sociology. Indeed, interdisciplinarity does not conceive science as a knowledge by object and by concept, which implies a reduction of what it seeks [...]

Penser le touristique : nouveau paradigme ou interdisciplinarité ? Peer review

Mathis Stock | 05.11.2012

The touristique is a complex and globalized realm and its importance for economic and social development is well established. Although this phenomenon is clearly identified and settled in the social sphere, its foundation as an academic field of education and research — despite some gratifying achievements — still seems to be evolving. At the heart of this contribution are reflections on the scientific status of the object « tourism », its mode of insertion in the academic world, its [...]