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Title:Interdisciplinarnost in varovanje okolja: analiza interdisciplinarnega angažiranja slovenske skupnosti
Authors:Alašević, Dušan (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FZO - Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Abstract:Namen te magistrske naloge je analizirati interdisciplinarno angažiranje raziskovalcev v okviru projektov, ki se osredotočajo na varovanje okolja in so v letih od 2006 do 2013 prejeli sredstva preko Javne agencije za raziskovalno dejavnost Republike Slovenije. Splošne informacije o projektih so bile pridobljene preko Informacijskega sistema o raziskovalni dejavnosti v Sloveniji – SICRIS. Na podlagi tako pridobljenih informacij je bilo izbranih 40 projektov kateri se osredotočajo na okolijske teme. Te smo nato podrobneje analizirali. Informacije o interdisciplinarnem angažiranju in integraciji znanja so bile pridobljene preko polstrukturiranih intervjujev z vodijo znanstvenega projekta. Pridobljeni rezultati nakazujejo, da so Slovenski raziskovalci aktivni v multidisciplinarno in interdisciplinarno oblikovanih projektih, ter nekoliko manj v transdisciplinarno oblikovanih projektih, kot tudi da si želijo sodelovanja z raziskovalci iz različnih znanstvenih disciplin. V okviru izbranega vzorca večina sodelovanj poteka preko Univerze v Ljubljani ter Instituta Jožef Štefan. Pridobljeni rezultati kažejo, da vzorec izbranih projektov prioritizira sledeča okolijska vprašanja: onesnaževanje vode (27%), onesnaževanje tal (18%) ter gozdarstvo (13%).
Keywords:Interdisciplinarnost, Multidisciplinarnost, Transdisciplinarnost, integracija znanja, varovanje okolja, Slovenija, ARRS.
Year of publishing:2015
Source:Nova Gorica
COBISS_ID:3882235  Link is opened in a new window
URN:URN:SI:UNG:REP:HXFHG4WJ
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Language:English
Title:Interdisciplinarity in environmental research: an analysis of borrowing practices and knowledge integration processes within the Slovene academic community
Abstract:The aim of the research reported in this thesis was to analyze scientific projects, classified as "environmental", which have received funds from the Slovenian Research Agency in order to identify types of interdisciplinary engagement, mapping out knowledge integration and borrowing practices. General Information about scientific projects was obtained with a bibliographic search into SICRIS, the Slovenian Current Research Information System, while specific information concerning research collaborations and knowledge integration practices was obtained through semi-structured interviews administered to those participating in, and / or, leading scientific projects. Slovenian researchers are eager to work, cooperate and collaborate with researchers from different disciplines other than their own. One of the prerequisites for cross disciplinary research is collaboration. Collaboration is possible if there is connection between different institutions and researchers. This thesis demonstrates that most collaborations go through the University of Ljubljana and the Jožef Stefan Institute. A trend in the research of environmental issues can be observed where the most prominent is water pollution (27%), soil pollution (18%) and forestry related issues (13%). It was observed that over the period of interest (2006-2011) mono- disciplinary projects were slightly increased, while trans-disciplinary projects were slightly decreased. On the other hand, multidisciplinary projects appear to be constant. Interdisciplinary projects were also present almost in every year observed, but the number of projects been undertaken by this approach varies over the years.
Keywords:Interdisciplinarity, Multidisciplinarity, Transdisciplinarity Knowledge integration, Environmental research, Slovenia


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