Padmanabhan M. Dream team or evil twins? International tandems in transdisciplinary research. Transdisciplinary Research and Sustainability. 2018 Jan;27(191-217).
Transdisciplinary projects combine interdisciplinary perspectives on a subject matter with the integration of stakeholders’ knowledge. Transdisciplinary research shares the three defining characteristics of interdisciplinarity, problem orientation and a reflexive relationship between researchers and project partners (Novy, Beinstein and Voßemer, 2008). Each transdisciplinary research project is a single case, a learning experience occurring at a specific time in a unique societal and academic constellation. To pass on experience, it needs to be systematised in order to capture learning outcomes. The aim of telling the stories of disciplinary tandems in a transdisciplinary intercultural setting is thus to identify patterns and properties in order to aid transferability.
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