Interdisciplinarity and Futures Research
This chapter's goal is to discover the connections—both positive and inverse—between interdisciplinarity and research in the future context, anchored from both pragmatic and philosophical perspectives. Collated studies in this section are derived from the experiences of research activities conducted at ICMFDS. Although there have been attempts to utilize the interdisciplinary approach in academic and industrial settings, several problems in cooperative groups and futures inquiries are identified. Among these are problems which pertain to reception challenges, communication disruptions, distribution challenges, inadequate training and education, and indefinite recognition status. Despite the occurrence of these predicaments, innovations in the fields of interdisciplinarity and futures research contribute to the discovery of new frameworks that allow collaboration of scientific facts, organizational information, academic findings, and widely accepted notions.
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