Browse Disappearing disciplinary borders in the social science library - global studies or sea change? by Subject "Social sciences -- Research"
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Being Undisciplined; OrTraversing Disciplinary Configurations in Social Science and Humanities Databases: Conceptual Considerations for Interdisciplinarity and Multidisciplinarity (2008-08)Within the domain of social sciences, various distinctive disciplines occupy positions of respective intellectual authority. Disciplinary orientations capture and configure scholarly research and eventual publication ...
(2008-08)The British Library was founded in 1972 by an Act of Parliament which brought together eight institutions, including the British Museum Library and the National Lending Library for Science and Technology. The Library has ...
(2008-08)Librarians and information specialists have a crucial role to play in supporting interdisciplinary studies, a form of research and teaching where each discipline continues to be separate and distinct in its approach to ...
(2008-08)The purpose of this paper is to familiarize the LIS professionals with the statistical databases that act as knowledge support system for interdisciplinary research in social sciences. Recent changes made in the Indian ...