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CC3 T-WORK: Transdisciplinary Working

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T-WORK aims to transcend disciplinary boundaries by developing shared concepts and understandings, goals and working practices in order to work effectively as a single team to tackle the complexity of real-world problem domains. Workshops and other informal and formal communications strategies will ensure that AGE-WELL develops a common frame of reference and shared concepts, while later work will aim to drive and inform different WPs.


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Klein, J. (2013). The Transdisciplinary momentum.

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Popa F, Guillermin M, Dedeurwaerdere T. (2015). A pragmatist approach to transdisciplinarity in sustainability research: From complex systems theory to reflexive science. Futures, 65, 45-56.


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