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Introducing the second edition of The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity, Robert Frodeman (2017) calls the terms “interdisciplinarity” and “transdisciplinarity“ boundary objects that have had different meanings at different times and for different groups. In the same volume Huutoniemi and Rafols (2017) also contend multiple claims tend to paralyze debate on definition.

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