Archon Fung works mostly in the field of Subject (documents), limiting it down to topics relating to Library science and, in certain cases, Citation, as a part of the same area of interest. His Citation study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Library science. His study on Epistemology is interrelated to topics such as Ideal (ethics) and Mechanism (biology). Archon Fung frequently studies issues relating to Epistemology and Ideal (ethics). Many of his studies on Linguistics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Government (linguistics) and Space (punctuation). His Government (linguistics) study frequently links to other fields, such as Linguistics. His Quantum mechanics research is intertwined with Power (physics), Mechanism (biology) and Action (physics). Much of his study explores Power (physics) relationship to Quantum mechanics. He links relevant scientific disciplines such as Transparency (behavior) and Full disclosure in the realm of Computer security.
Archon Fung integrates several fields in his works, including Law and Finance. He performs multidisciplinary study in Finance and Law in his work. Archon Fung regularly ties together related areas like Deliberation in his Politics studies. Deliberation and Democracy are two areas of study in which Archon Fung engages in interdisciplinary work. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Democracy and Deliberative democracy. His Deliberative democracy study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Politics. Archon Fung brings together Public administration and Accountability to produce work in his papers. Archon Fung undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Accountability and Public administration in his work. In his research, Archon Fung undertakes multidisciplinary study on Public relations and Transparency (behavior).
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David Weil;Mary Graham;Archon Fung.
A systemic approach to deliberative democracy
Jane J. Mansbridge;James Bohman;Simone Chambers;Thomas Christiano.
The crisis of democracy and the science of deliberation.
John S. Dryzek;André Bächtiger;Simone Chambers;Joshua Cohen.
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