363 Works

A Journey within the Theory–Practice Nexus of Conflict Management: Contributions of IACM Rubin Award Recipient Benjamin Broome

Michael Hogan, Lawrence Frey, Young Yun Kim & Kevin Clements

Beyond the Bridge: Transforming Conflict Research, Education, and Practice by Transcending Barriers—Honoring the Contributions of Tricia S. Jones

Jessica Katz Jameson, Ross Brinkert & Susan Raines

Building an Inclusive Climate for Intercultural Dialogue: A Participant‐Generated Framework

Benjamin Broome, Ian Derk, Robert Razzante, Elena Steiner, Jameien Taylor & Aaron Zamora

NCMR's First Decade: An Empirical Examination

Michael Gross, Eric Neuman, Wendi Adair & Mallory Wallace

Northerners and Southerners Differ in Conflict Culture

Evert Van de Vliert & Lucian Gideon Conway

Can phones, syllables, and words emerge as side-products of cross-situational audiovisual learning? - A computational investigation

Khazar Khorrami & Okko Räsänen
Decades of research has studied how language learning infants learn to discriminate speech sounds, segment words, and associate words with their meanings. While gradual development of such capabilities is unquestionable, the exact nature of these skills and the underlying mental representations yet remains unclear. In parallel, computational studies have shown that basic comprehension of speech can be achieved by statistical learning between speech and concurrent referentially ambiguous visual input. These models can operate without prior...

Features of lexical richness in children’s books: Comparisons with child-directed speech

Nicola Dawson, Yaling Hsiao, Alvin Tan, Nilanjana Banerji & Kate Nation

What Do You Expect?: Assessing Whether a Situation is “Ripe” for Collaborative Governance

https://lps.library.cmu.edu/NCMR/article/id/429 Kern & Amanda G Murphy
“Collaborative governance” has emerged as a ubiquitous term in the United States and elsewhere, in both the public and private sectors. It has recently received more specific definition from scholars as it applies to multiparty, consensus-seeking processes, often facilitated or mediated by a third party, that are intended to resolve particular public policy challenges. But both theory and practice have shown it is not appropriate in all situations. So, practitioners have identified conditions they look...

Last Word on Reviewing “Choreografish” for Ground Works

Veronica Stanish
I’m the beginning and the end of the circle; I get the last word. I asked Lise, Sydney, and Eric to write about their experience with Ground Works review because I sensed that it had been so positive and gratifying; now, reading their abounding positive commentary, I squirm with both delight and chagrin. Delight, because Ground Works is so young, and so many risks have been taken but not all of them have proven fruitful...

Reviewing “Choreografish” for Ground Works

Veronica Stanich
When Ground Works Advisor Cheryl Ball suggested that peer review doesn’t need to be a solitary, purely evaluative process, we got excited about the possibility of a conversation among reviewers. Literally, a conversation--in real time, in which reviewers armed with a few preliminary opinions about the work get together and talk about it, preferably with cocktails. We imagined that they might even extend or expand the conversation to include the work’s creators, fostering a back-and-forth...

ASKXXI: Ecologies of Interdisciplinary Research and Practice in Art + Science and Technology

Genevieve Tremblay, Jeff Brice, Fernanda X. Oyarzún Dunlop, Nélida Pohl & Belén Gallardo
ASKXXI: Arts + Science Knowledge Building and Sharing in the XXI (21st) Century was a US-Chile pilot program fostering inquiry and inter-hemispheric collaboration in art, emerging technologies, and the ecological sciences. Funded through an US Embassy public diplomacy grant, ASKXXI was an adaptive curriculum model situated on a collaborative platform of academic partners. This model provided freedom, flexibility and responsiveness to dynamic learning and professional development opportunities. The year-long pilot was customized to a jury-selected...

Groundwork for Ground Works

Veronica Stanich
As early groundwork for Ground Works, a2ru invited submissions of interdisciplinary projects--especially those crossing science, engineering, art, and design--to its 2015 conference. Six of those projects were selected, presented, and given guided critique sessions that were meant to establish an understanding of the review of such projects. This process, and all six projects, played a seminal role in shaping the platform and helping to define the a2ru transdisciplinary space. keywords: Process, transdisciplinary, arts-integrative, science, engineering,...

Ecologies of Transdisciplinary Research

Paul Shrivastava, Laszlo Zsolnai, David Wasieleski & Philippe Mairesse
We are scholars of economics, business , and sustainability. For the past two decades we have been doing transdisciplinary work individually and jointly. In this essay we share some key lessons that we have learned about the ecologies of transdisciplinary work. We consider transdisciplinarity to be qualitatively different from interdisciplinarity or multidisciplinarity in several crucial ways. Transdisciplinary work takes its problems from the real world and not disciplinary gaps in knowledge or combining disciplines for...

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