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Transdisciplinary Research and Practice for Sustainability Outcomes


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1. Transdisciplinary research and practice for sustainability outcomes: Introduction

2. Transdisciplinarity and sustainability: patterns of definition

Part 1: Working in the transdisciplinary space: Navigating diverse knowledges to create change

3. Beginning at the end: the outcome spaces framework to guide purposive transdisciplinary research

4. Tools for transdisciplinary research

5. Transdisciplinarity as transformation: a cybersystemic thinking in practice perspective

Part 2: Developing and supporting researchers in transdisciplinary practice

6. Being a transdisciplinary researcher: skills and dispositions fostering competence in transdisciplinary research and practice

7. Seeding a new transdisciplinary community of practice

8. Supervising transdisciplinary doctoral research: adopting transcendent and transgressive supervisory strategies Catherine Manathunga

9. Assessing transdisciplinary doctoral research: quality criteria and implications for the examination process

Part 3: Creating change through transdisciplinary research and practice

10. Transforming cities: securing food and clean waterways through a transdisciplinary phosphorus approach Dana Cordell, Genevieve Metson and David Iwaniec et al.

11. Creating knowledge: visual communication design research in transdisciplinary projects

12. Trandisciplinarity in action: four guidelines, a reflexive framework and their application to improving community sanitation governance in Indonesia

13. Ethnography as transdisciplinary inquiry: two stories of adaptation and resilience from Aceh, Indonesia

14. `To be green, clean and beautiful is progressive': reframing sustainability through transdisciplinary research and practice in northern Viet Nam

15. Transdisciplinarity as an emergent property in an agricultural research for development project on the East India Plateau

16. Trouble at the disciplinary divide: a knowledge ecologies analysis of a co-design project with native Alaskan communities

17. Future directions: a trans-anthropo-logic of transdisciplinarity

About the Author

Dena Fam is Research Director and UTS Chancellor's Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Jane Palmer is Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow (Community Futures) at the Institute for Resilient Regions, University of Southern Queensland, Australia. Chris Riedy is Research Director at the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Cynthia Mitchell is Deputy Director of the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney, Australia.

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