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disciplinary

(Educational), adjective academic, didactic, didactical, doctrinal, educative, informative, instructional, instructive, paedeutic, pedagogic, pedagogical, preceptive, preceptoral, scholastic, training, tuitionary, tutorial

disciplinary

(Punitory), adjective amercing, chastening, corrective, inflictive, penal, penological, punishing, punitive, reformational, reformative, regulatory, retaliatory, retributive, talionic
Associated concepts: disciplinary action, disciplinary hearrng, disciplinary power, disciplinary proceeding
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In other words, if queer theory is any indication, the favorable conditions in the marketplace for interdisciplinary studies may well be only temporary, and the ability then of queer theory to challenge disciplinarity may be limited not only by its theoretical difficulties but also by its trendy status.
The orthodoxy of disciplinarity according to which all research activities should be carried out within a particular discipline.
ii) In the Introduction to Narratology beyond Literary Criticism: Mediality and Disciplinarity.
Recently these sociological concepts have been integrated with concepts from Systemic Functional Linguistics and Semiotics (SFL/S) to analyse both the epistemological and linguistic features of disciplinarity (Christie & Martin, 1997; Coffin, 2006; Wignell, 2007).
Both Foucault and Moravia were key references for the collection Inventing Human Science: Eighteenth-Century Domains, edited by Christopher Fox, Roy Porter, and Robert Wokler (1995), which also focused on disciplinarity.
The Recovery of Rhetoric: Persuasive Discourse and Disciplinarity in the Human Sciences.
Narratology Beyond Literary Criticism: Mediality, Disciplinarity.
Under the Cover of Kindness is part of a prestigious set of books published by the University Press of Virginia that is devoted to "Knowledge: Disciplinarity and Beyond.
The rhetoric of disavowal is as old as disciplinarity itself: by projecting an illusory coherence on "literary studies" from which it then imagines itself excluded, cultural studies can arrogate to itself a unity and definition that it otherwise lacks.
It is an instance of multidisciplinarity that can be discovered and created within disciplinarity.
Disciplinarity is but one possible cause for faculty fragmentation.
Yet, although domestic work clearly was not governed in a strict sense by mechanisms of disciplinarity, many gymnastics regimens were to a far greater extent.