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La Revue STAPS et l'interdisciplinarité : une étude socio-informatique

Abstract : " STAPS " journal and interdisciplinarity: a socio-computer study Since an analysis with Prospero software of 602 articles published in STAPS journal between 1980 and 2010, our research identifies the diversity of interdisciplinary forms in scientific texts. The preoccupation of interdisciplinarity is constant even if it acknowledgement seems difficult. Our analysis also detects superficial allusions than demands. Interdisciplinarity is then showed as an efficient way to understand complex subjects, to connect researches with social demand, to generate scientific productivity or creativity. The demand of interdisciplinarity is also associated to a territorial defense from some scientific tendencies less recognized. Rarely, interdisciplinarity is too considered as an object of analysis or could also be criticized. When we consider forms of cohabitation of diverse disciplinary vocabulary in a same article, we identify more or less frequent mixes. We notice that the questions of teaching generate the association of a minimum of two disciplinary vocabularies. Finally, considering operations of contextualization of a research object from another disciplinary point of view or a critical discussion within two disciplinary tendencies, the interdisciplinarity work in scientific articles looks like a reflexive activity of the way to produce science
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Cécile Collinet, Philippe Terral, Patrick Trabal. La Revue STAPS et l'interdisciplinarité : une étude socio-informatique. STAPS : Revue internationale des sciences du sport et de l'éducation physique, De Boeck Supérieur 2012, 2 (96-97), pp.29-47. ⟨10.3917/sta.096.0029⟩. ⟨hal-00759271⟩



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