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    Jonas Kazimieras Vilńćinskis ir jo Vilniaus albumas ryŇ°ium su besiartinanńćiu Ň°imtmeńćiu nuo to albumo iŇ°leidimo

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    Lithuanian Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland

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    This expresses the awareness, feelings. and notions of Lithuanian Americans about their history, cultural traits and achievements as well as their immigration and contributions to America and specifically to Cleveland. Original publication date 1978.https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/clevmembks/1060/thumbnail.jp

    Lithuanian Americans and Their Communities of Cleveland

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    This expresses the awareness, feelings. and notions of Lithuanian Americans about their history, cultural traits and achievements as well as their immigration and contributions to America and specifically to Cleveland.https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/clevmembks/1060/thumbnail.jp

    Disciplinarity and Trandisciplinarity in the Study of Knowledge

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    Scholarly inquiry about the nature and significance of knowledge has been shaped by disciplinary traditions and priorities that define ‚Äúknowledge‚ÄĚ differently and result in disconnected literatures. In the mid to late twentieth century, library science educator Jesse Shera sought to bridge the conceptual gap between epistemological and sociological approaches to knowledge in proposing a new discipline he called social epistemology. Around the same time, long-term projects by the economist Fritz Machlup and the physical chemist turned philosopher of science Michael Polanyi did not merely combine existing disciplinary approaches but transcended conventional frameworks for conceptualizing knowledge. These scholars can be viewed in retrospect as bringing to the study of knowledge the germs of a transdisciplinary approach. The concept of transdisciplinarity gained traction only after these authors produced their works and has been applied mainly to scientific and technological topics such as climate change, nanotechnology, and sustainability. However, such an approach is highly applicable in studying the meanings, uses, and roles of knowledge in an environment that has changed with the advent of computer-enabled communication networks. Transdisciplinary accounts of knowledge ought to foster a dialogue between liberal arts and applied, client-oriented disciplines

    Disciplinarity and Trandisciplinarity in the Study of Knowledge

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    Scholarly inquiry about the nature and significance of knowledge has been shaped by disciplinary traditions and priorities that define ‚Äúknowledge‚ÄĚ differently and result in disconnected literatures. In the mid to late twentieth century, library science educator Jesse Shera sought to bridge the conceptual gap between epistemological and sociological approaches to knowledge in proposing a new discipline he called social epistemology. Around the same time, long-term projects by the economist Fritz Machlup and the physical chemist turned philosopher of science Michael Polanyi did not merely combine existing disciplinary approaches but transcended conventional frameworks for conceptualizing knowledge. These scholars can be viewed in retrospect as bringing to the study of knowledge the germs of a transdisciplinary approach. The concept of transdisciplinarity gained traction only after these authors produced their works and has been applied mainly to scientific and technological topics such as climate change, nanotechnology, and sustainability. However, such an approach is highly applicable in studying the meanings, uses, and roles of knowledge in an environment that has changed with the advent of computer-enabled communication networks. Transdisciplinary accounts of knowledge ought to foster a dialogue between liberal arts and applied, client-oriented disciplines

    Centennial Bibliography On The History Of American Sociology

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    THE CENTENNIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN SOCIOLOGY is intended as an inclusive clearinghouse for sources, studies, and other references that illuminate the origins and subsequent development of the sociological enterprise in the United States of America.2 As such, this bibliography is necessarily provisional and is envisioned as an on-going project to which further citations may be added as they are discovered and as new works are published. Due to the enormous scope of the project, and the short time frame within which the initial compilation was completed, countless useful and insightful references have been unintentionally omitted. Some portions of the citations are currently more comprehensive than others. Gaps, holes, and inexplicable lapses are the sole responsibility of the compiler, for which he not so much apologetic as he is determined to repair them. The assistance of each reader of this bibliography is earnestly enlisted to supply additional references with which they are familiar. Likewise, the current bibliography undoubtedly contains bibliographic errors due in part to the sheer impracticality of physically checking each and every item referenced herein. Again, the assistance of bibliographically astute readers is heartily enlisted to correct such errors. Readers wishing to report errors or to nominate additional candidates for inclusion in future updates of this bibliography are warmly invited to communicate corrections or recommendations together with brief explanations and complete bibliographic particulars via email to: [email protected]

    Driving the Bow

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    Modernisation, clearance and the continuum of violence in Colombia

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