Disiplin akademik

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Disiplin akademik atau bidang akademik merupakan cawangan pengetahuan. Ia menggabungkan kepakaran, orang, projek, komuniti, cabaran, kajian, penyelidikan, dan bidang penyelidikan yang sangat berkaitan dengan bidang subjek skolastik atau jabatan kolej yang diberikan. Sebagai contoh, cawangan sains biasanya dirujuk sebagai disiplin saintifik, mis. fizik, matematik, dan biologi.[1]

Individu yang dikaitkan dengan disiplin akademik biasanya dirujuk sebagai pakar atau pakar. Yang lain, yang mungkin telah mempelajari teori liberal atau teori sistem dan bukannya menumpukan perhatian dalam disiplin akademik tertentu, diklasifikasikan sebagai umum.[2]

Walaupun disiplin akademik dalam dan dari diri mereka adalah lebih kurang fokus amalan, pendekatan ilmiah seperti multidisiplin/interdisiplin, transdisiplin, dan disiplinariti menyatukan aspek dari pelbagai disiplin akademik, oleh itu menangani sebarang masalah yang mungkin timbul dari kepekatan sempit dalam bidang pengajian khusus . Sebagai contoh, profesional mungkin mengalami masalah berkomunikasi merentasi disiplin akademik kerana perbezaan bahasa atau konsep yang ditentukan.[3]

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  1. ^ Jacques Revel (2003). "21". dalam Porter, Theodore; Ross, Dorothy. Cambridge History of Science: The Modern Social Sciences. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. m/s. 391–404. ISBN 0521594421. 
  2. ^ "How The Word 'Scientist' Came To Be". npr.org. National Public Radio. Dicapai November 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ Cohen, E; Lloyd, S. "Disciplinary Evolution and the Rise of Transdiscipline" (PDF). Informing Science: the International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline. 

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