Conversely multidisciplinary involves the combination of more than one academic

Conversely multidisciplinary involves the combination

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Conversely, multidisciplinary involves the combination of more than one academic field or professional specialization to come up with a single topic, social sciences in this case. As an approach, multidisciplinary deals with curriculum assimilation which in turn typically focuses on various academic fields and the unique perspectives they coil to exemplify a theme, point, or issue. As such, it allows the study of one topic from many disciplines' viewpoints (Collins, 2002). Hence, Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary are different concepts that are used uniformly in social sciences. Ideally, the paper's topic sheds light typically on different social sciences science disciplines specifically arguing for underemployment in various parts of the world. As such, interdisciplinary perspectives embraced in the articles help in understanding how social sciences such as economics, psychology, law, and sociology elaborate the effects employees are undergoing due to low wage pay, birth order and gender among unemployed masses, and economical impacts of joblessness. All three articles shed light on the elaboration of the stated social science disciplines, which are narrowed down to one topic through interdisciplinary. References Collins, J. P. (2002). May You Live in Interesting Times: Using Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Programs to Cope with Change in the Life Sciences: Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research and training programs provide life science departments a way to foster the innovation needed to cope with rapid change in biology. BioScience , 52 (1), 75-83. Goldsmith, A., Veum, J., &Darity Jr., (1996). The psychological impact of unemployment and joblessness. The journal of socio-economics , 25 (3), 333-358. Retrieved from: oyment_and_joblessness Kreishan, F. (2011). Economic growth and unemployment: An empirical analysis. Journal of Social Sciences, 7(2), 228-231. Retrieved from: An_Empirical_Analysis Mir, M., Wani, M., & Sankar, R. (2017). Impact of Unemployment on Quality of Life. Retrieved from: _Life-_Impact_of_Unemployment_on_Quality_of_Life
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