Query : desarrollo social
- Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación,16
- Anastassios Pouris13
- Fontanel, Jacques13
- Laura Leticia Mendoza Tauler12
- Alfonso Insuasty Rodríguez10
- Antonio Alaminos Chica10
- Equipo Editorial10
- Oscar Antonio Martínez Molina10
- Carlos Eduardo Martínez Fajardo8
- César Enrique López Arrillaga8
- Currie Lauchlin8
- José Patricio Barberán Cevallos8
- Eloy López Meneses7
- F. Javier Murillo7
- Bernardo Parra Restrepo6
- Carlos Encinas Ferrer6
- César Raúl Méndez Carpio6
- Chris Hartnady6
- Elías Ramírez Aísa6
- Mawency Vergel Ortega6
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- Art and Art History748
- Cultural Heritage and Museology703
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- Archaeology and Prehistory277
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Deconstructing migration paradigms through studies on the emigration and immigration of women in Italy
Research on Italian emigrants and immigrants has evolved in the same epistemic space, asked the same questions and provided complementary answers that allow progress to be made in gene-migration studies based on three findings. The first is that the complexity of migration flows is a process that is...
Green Hangar: densification project city of the Fallero artist of Valencia
[ES] Project to intervene in the district of Ciudad Fallera de Valencia. Due to the location and needs of the environment, a design adapted to the industrial area is used to cover the creation and development of faults in the authorised warehouses. Given the perceived disadvantage of the lack of spa...
Enhancing emotional competences in the context of unemployment : a longitudinal analysis of the effects on well-being and employability
Numerous studies showed that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is related to and can predict variety of cognitive and behavioural outcomes (Di Fabio, Palazzeschi, Asulin-Peretz & Gati, 2013; Fugate, Kinicki & Ashfort, 2004; Joseph & Newman, 2010; Van Rooy & Viswesvaran, 2004) and psychological and physica...
Challenges for a sovereign and inclusive development model in Latin America: winning trials
Call organised by the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the Metropolitan University for Education and Work (UMET) and the Future Institute — Marco Aurélio Garcia (Imag)
Peasant reserve areas (NZs) favourable areas for territorial rural development. The case of Cabrera in Cundinque
Rural Communities in Colombia represent a third of the national population. Despite this, they have historically been invisible and had to join a strong social movement to access basic rights. In this connection, farmers in Cabrera have been registered in Cundinque, Colombia, who, through the work o...
A development and processing power in Uruguay. Proposal for creation within the framework of Territoriesnet.org, the European Union, the Mercosur Parliament and the University of the Republic: The case of Minas, Lavalleja
Is it possible to steer the concepts of development and transformation to a wide range of different sizes, with the aim and goal of developing and transforming our societies and social groups, our territories and places at local, sub-regional and regional levels? If this row can be built, is it poss...
The sociopolitical patterns of agricultural modernization in China : stepping on transition pathways
This dissertation takes as its point of departure the recent renewal of the interest of the Chinese state in agricultural development. The approach of this research is twofold: political and sociological. The political approach focuses on the analysis of agricultural modernization policies between 2...
Being a student today — Part 2
Technology is, at the transition from secondary school to university, a key accompanying tool to solve some of the difficulties we face. However, its use may, in certain situations, lead to negative effects. Within the range of opportunities that technology offers us as “today’s pupils”, it is cruci...
Trade-offs between macroeconomic and financial stability objectives
International audience Ten years after the 2008-09 global financial crisis, most advanced economies have recovered and global economic growth has taken hold. However, partly due to accommodative financial conditions, financial risks are on the rise while inflation remains subdued. This revives the d...
SDG 10: Reducing inequalities
Simone Cecchini, Senior Social Affairs Officer of the Social Development Division of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) spoke about SDG 10. Reducing inequality between and within countries requires an understanding of the social and economic processes that generate i...
BABEL: Cinema and communication in a globalised world
This article presents a training proposal using cinema as cultural material and source of knowledge. A film like Babel makes it possible to work on globalisation and citizenship education, with approaches that require new humanism, a new people-to-people relationship, aware of communication problems...
Leisure, leisure and volunteering for older people
Many changes are happening globally. Leisure, as a social and cultural element, does not remain unconnected with such developments and, in turn, contributes from a personal, social and economic point of view to the shaping of certain habits, lifestyles, different ways of understanding rest and recre...
Design and development of an automatic system of morphological bladder segmentation to predict the potential for embryonic implantation
[ES] Low birth rates and increased life expectancy are presented as a long-term problem in our society. The evolution of the population pyramid, and its future projection, predicts a social and economic problem at national and global level. Low birth rates are largely linked to the increase in infer...
Social housing in Chongqing and Shanghai
Social housing in post-Maoist China shows a complete paradigm shift from the 1990s onwards. Housing loses its status as a social benefit: attributed by companies (danwei) to their employees, it becomes a market good, whereas the construction sector is a major challenge for economic growth. A period...
Comparative analysis of relations between China and Latin America, the cases of Chile and Venezuela
[ES] The growing importance of China is altering the world order and questioning the hegemony of the major Western powers. The Asian country has experienced an incredible evolution over the past thirty-40 years, from a closed and fully planned economy by the state, to a socialist market system, whic...
The staff of the bonaeran prison service in the Hierarchy of Alcaides seniors: an analysis of human rights training in the period from 2007 to 2013
Prison work involves pursuing the task with people who have been deprived of their liberty; whereas they can lead to mental disorders or addictions, lack social and educational skills, come from marginalised groups in society; but each is unique in its own right. Prison staff should treat them in a...
TAQUIGRAFONÍAS: LA MÁQUINA DE ESCRIBIR EN EL ARTE Y SU APLICACIÓN EN DIFERENTES PROPUESTAS DE CREACIÓN SONORA
[EN] Taquigrafonías is a neologism created to enhance the sound identity of the typewriter in our creative work. The term was originated with the aim of highlighting the typewriter ability to access our memory, through your structural and sonic potential, and remembrances produces. When we say Taqui...
Urbanization and City Growth in China”
This dissertation studies urbanization and city growth in China. It is composed of tow parts. The first part begins with a review of theoretic models of urbanization in development economics, and then describes stylised facts of China's urbanization process. Problems of urban population measures, th...
Landscape research in Slovenia
Slovenia lies at the junction of the Alps, the Pannonian plain, the Dinaric mountains, and the Mediterranean and underwent Germanic, Romanic, Hungarian, and Slavic cultural influences. For this reason, its landscapes are very diverse. We distinguish four basic landscape types (Alpine, Pannonian, Din...
Analysis of the business lines of a technology service company for events. Selection of a business line using the multi-decision technique AHP
This Graduate Final Work is a prerequisite for the completion of studies in Industrial Engineering in Industrial Technologies and for obtaining the official qualification. Its purpose is to demonstrate both the practical and theoretical concepts obtained during the years of university study at the P...
The song reflects: around the critical status of popular music in Brazil
Summary In the 20th century, popular music was Brazil’s strongest artistic language and one of Brazil’s great aesthetic forces. Since the 30s, she has held an important position in cultural debates and nationalist projects and, over the years, expanded its reach with the progress of the media. That...
The parallel market for medicinal products in rural areas in Senegal: The advantages of a popular care offer (Research Note)
The emergence of a so-called ‘parallel’ medicine market dates back to the early 1980s. Since then, it has grown steadily in the countries of the South. In addition to its major public health problem, it represents a method of recourse to care widely practised by the population. It is therefore impor...
Polyculture in the semi-arid regions of Brazil
The previsions say that the semiarid regions in the world are between the most impacted by the global climate change. In Brazil, among the environmental (lost of biodiversity, extreme droughts), social (migrations, diseases exposition) and economics (reduction on income generation, in employment rat...
Indirect use services provided by marine and coastal ecosystems: the example of Guadeloupe
Marine and coastal ecosystems are among the most efficient providers of environmental services worldwide, but these ecosystems are also among the most degraded and threatened by human development. In islands such as Guadeloupe, coastal and maritime areas are an important resource for economic develo...
Towards a territorialisation of the value of businesses: the contribution of the functional economy
National audience The concerns of recent years regarding the introduction of solutions based either on institutional mechanisms or on market arrangements to update causes and anticipate and reduce the consequences of the recent accelerated environmental and climate deterioration (IPCC) have led econ...