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Humanities in the Context of Interdisciplinarity: Understanding Innovation / Žic Fuchs, Milena.

By: Žic Fuchs, Milena.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: .Other title: Humanities in the Context of Interdisciplinarity: Understanding Innovation [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | Social Innovation in relation to the Humanities, Knowledge-led (research driven) and risk (crisis) induced interdisciplinarity, development of critical and independent thought, Humanities challenge widely held assumptions and beliefs hrv | Social Innovation in relation to the Humanities, Knowledge-led (research driven) and risk (crisis) induced interdisciplinarity, development of critical and independent thought, Humanities challenge widely held assumptions and beliefs eng In: Conference "Challenge Social Innovation – Innovating Innovation by Research". Session “Innovate the Concept – Humanities and Social Innovation”. (19.-21.09.2011. ; Beč, Austrija) Conference "Challenge Social Innovation – Innovating Innovation by Research". Session “Innovate the Concept – Humanities and Social Innovation”Summary: This keynote adresses the importance of Humanities research in the concept of Social Innovation, especially in defining knowledge-led and risk-induced interdisciplinarity. Humanities also are the basis of developing critical and independent thought in all domains of science as well as challenging widely held assumptions and beliefs.
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This keynote adresses the importance of Humanities research in the concept of Social Innovation, especially in defining knowledge-led and risk-induced interdisciplinarity. Humanities also are the basis of developing critical and independent thought in all domains of science as well as challenging widely held assumptions and beliefs.

Projekt MZOS 130-1301049-1047

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