Volume 10, Issue 19 (9-2020)                   mth 2020, 10(19): 121-135 | Back to browse issues page

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1- Assistant Professor, Faculty Of Art And Architecture, Shiraz University. , moghanipour@shirazu.ac.ir
2- Associate Professor, Faculty of Art And Architecture, Shiraz University.
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Consideration of comparative research as aseparate and different research processis an issue that has not been addressed thoroughly, at least in Iran, and few of the research conducted under the title ofcomparativerefer to studies conducted using different methods than the usual research methods. On the other hand, it seems that with the importance of the interaction between the fields of knowledge and the emergence of interdisciplinary studies, it is possible to provide practical models for shaping comparative topics in the field of art. Accordingly, the main question in the present study is that: What are the sub-fields of study resulting from the relationship between the subjects of the field of art and other fields of knowledge, based on the theoretical foundations and categories presented inInterdisciplinary Studies”? And the aim is to develop previous models and provide a cognitive and practical framework for shaping the topic in this group of studies and researches.This descriptive study relies on the process and results of other related research, trying to complete the models presented for the formation, identification, and classification of comparative studies in art, based on two factors oftype of relationship between research corpus in the field of art and other fields of knowledgeandtemporal and spatial scope of research corpus being compared.” Data collection was done through library method and data analysis using the qualitative method. According to the results, interaction between other fields of knowledge with art studies can be categorized into two general groups, i.e. interdisciplinary studies and intra-disciplinary studies, which is the result of discourses and internal interactions of art disciplines in different languages and artistic media. Moreover, concerning the classification of comparative art research based on temporal and spatial scopes, the cognitive model presented by Zekrgou was taken as the basis and a few items such as preparatory comparisons and classification-centered comparisons were added to this model.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Other