Inter- Multi-trans and Cross-disciplinary Research: What Lies Ahead of the Research in Modern Greek Studies on Romanian Soil (and at Large)?
Chisacof, Lia Brad
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The present article sets itself the aim of scrutinising research methods with the aim of evaluating Modern Greek studies in Romania with a view to developing a perspective on their future directions. Research at large has been based on the assumption that such studies needed to be specific and had to delimitate their objects. The more positive the identification of the object, the delimitation of the competence and the definition of the research method, the more a discipline was deemed able to evolve as a science proper. The need for communication among different types of discourses has ultimately led to an interdisciplinary research which pays respects to disciplinary research but makes use of several different methods, namely multi and trans-disciplinary research.