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Eight groups of researchers in each country had to accept the transdisciplinary

approach and methods (...). They indeed showed that it is possible

transdisciplinary research involving contexts. The success was mainly

women researchers due to commitment

in totally different and opennes of the

to have cultural (mostly

young) researchers involved in the project.

Experiences

with

Transdisciplinarity

  • -

    Failures

What was lacking was the will to work in a transdisciplinary

way, that is the

necessary humility to try and find a common set of basic principles which could be followed by methods of analysis that were gradually accepted by all. Each participant was very strong and absolutely sure of his/her discipline and standing and unwilling to find a common starting point (...).

The project could have been an important moment of reflection, ten years prior to the emergence of the key issue of the discrepancy between development as economic growth and development as related to all aspects of the human being(...). The unwillingness to work in a transdisciplinary manner was the default (...).

In the [successful] example there was instead (...) a willingness of the people involved

to work in disciplinary

a transdisciplinary approach, and (. .)

way, even the objective

at the risk of loosing their was more important than the

own strong personality.

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