Definition of Subdiscipline

1. Noun. A field of study or work that is related to one aspect, but not the whole, of a broader field of study or work. ¹



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Definition of Subdiscipline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subdiscipline

subdichotomy
subdictionaries
subdictionary
subdiffraction
subdiffusion
subdiffusive
subdiffusively
subdigraph
subdigraphs
subdilated
subdirector
subdirectories
subdirectors
subdirectory
subdisciplinary
subdiscipline (current term)
subdisciplines
subdistrict
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Literary usage of Subdiscipline

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1. Paradoxes of Free Will by Gunther Siegmund Stent (2002)
"The conceptual advance represented by inclusive fitness led to the development of an ethological subdiscipline styled 'sociobiology,' dedicated specifically ..."

2. Mental Health, United States, 1996 edited by Ronald W. Manderscheid, Mary A. Sonnenschein (1998)
"Further, like many mental health providers, counselors often define their specialty of practice to a subdiscipline. So setting (such as a clinic), ..."

3. Epistemological Problems of Economics by Ludwig von Mises (2003)
"Mises believed that economics was only a subdiscipline of prax- eology dealing with the laws of human action in a system of private property of the means of ..."

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