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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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Piaget developed the concept seven centuries after disciplinarity had evolved.
Cale and Craciun echo James Chandler's characterization of disciplinarity "not as a set of territories, or .
Art as content/meaning making/art historically situated, are all tactics of disciplinarity that organize self-violence into a legible (and thereby productive) technique of the discipline of performance art.
Para finalizar, en "Identity, disciplinarity and methodology", nombre del noveno y ultimo capitulo, el autor provee una exposicion que vuelve sobre los elementos nucleares de su libro, desde su intento por vincular (y problematizar) la identidad con la comunidad academica, hasta sus propuestas metodologicas para llevar a cabo un examen de este par dilematico en los terminos que el intenta defender a lo largo de su obra, es decir, la identidad y la academia vistas como categorias fuertemente arraigadas al contexto y emergentes en la interaccion.
Theories and things: the semantics of disciplinarity.
Disciplines and disciplinarity are self-maintained circles, with boundaries fixed, interiors explored in depth, exteriors largely left to the maintenance of others, allowing for occasional intersection with another circle that in some instances enriches both (an intersection also known as interdisciplinarity).
The article serves, I think, as a particularly productive counter-narrative to some aspects of Joseph Harris' "Thinking Like a Program," which privileges the perspective of WPAs and relies on a rather negative definition of disciplinarity to legitimize a multidisciplinary approach to the teaching of first-year writing.
Disciplinarity, interdisciplinarity, and the new complexity of science
In their insistence on the importance of different models of English and of key theorists within these models, the ETA and the AATE underscored the importance of the 'knower code' in the production of a coherent account of disciplinarity in English.
Menand does an excellent job of clarifying disciplinarity and how that relates to professionalization.
Edmund Melia's above-mentioned appreciation of his own agency as a good father in designing and constructing an alternative lifestyle for his family despite the difficult social context of his own upbringing interestingly echoes the central thesis of Durukan Kuzu's study--though the link may not be readily apparent to others afflicted with rigid academic disciplinarity.
The traditionally close association between interdisciplinary attitudes and social justice is furthered here by critiques of both disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity from social-justice perspectives, and essays making interdisciplinary claims to social justice.