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- Manuel Hernández Pedreño5
- Lafuente Lechuga, Matilde4
- Alta Hooker Blandford3
- Fabio José De La Hoz3
- Martha Yánez3
- Rafael Alonso Hernández López3
- Raúl Quejada3
- Szapu, Ezequiel3
- A. Alejandro-Lázaro2
- Achucarro, Santiago Victorio2
- Adrián Restrepo2
- Adriana María Arpini2
- Alejandro Tiana Ferrer;,2
- Alicia Rodríguez2
- Álvaro Márquez-Fernández2
- Ana Gómez Salas2
- Anita Azucena Chancusi Herrera2
- Antonio Luzón Trujillo2
- Ascensión Palomares Ruiz2
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Biopsychosocial aspects related to tobacco consumption among university students: An integrative review
O tabaco pode gerar dependência química aos seus usuários, principalmente em grupos vulneráveis, como jovens universitários que ao entrar no ensino superior desenvolvem conflitos de princípios empregados pela educação familiar, além da necessidade de inserção social e influência dos amigos para o us...
A business plan for the creation of a podological clinic in the district of Marina Baixa
[ES] This business plan will set out the short- and medium-term strategy to be put in place for the creation of a new clinic for podology in the district of Marina Baja. The main objective of this work will be to locate the population suitable for opening up this business. In order to be able to do...
Pedagogical practices, promotion of inclusion and diversity in an educational institution in Popayán
The educational community of Carlos M. Simmonds de Popayán needs to improve its knowledge of the concept of cultural inclusion and diversity and to take a responsible attitude towards the special educational requirements of students in training. To achieve this, it is essential to explore and apply...
The city’s policy against segregation. Or the ideal of a city without divisions
Spatial segregation has recently become a visible expression of integration or exclusion issues. However, the social specialisation of space is a feature of urban civilisation and experience shows that the mixed nature of equal urban planning is increasing social distances. Should social resources o...
Perceptions of Latin American immigrant families in Spain about the educational field: a dialogic-decolonial turn
O giro dialógico, característico da atual sociedade complexa, está transformando a maneira de se trabalhar no âmbito educativo com pessoas em risco de exclusão social. Essa transformação tem se extendido à sua investigação. A população imigrante latinoamericana na Europa, sobretudo mulheres e crianç...
Evaluation of neoliberal economic policy in Mexico
Neoliberal politics promised proper integration into the economy, in return for the correct implementation of necessary economic measures. However, in the case of Mexico, it has been inadequate implementation, reflecting negatively, in terms of stability and social welfare. Taking into account the p...
Cooperative banks in the experiments of the personal microcredit : Towards a new solidarity-based banking strategy ?
International audience Personal microcredits benefit people who are excluded from traditional banking bundling services, to finance their personal projects. Partnerships between some cooperative banks and social structures allow people to access this possibility. This article is the result of a regi...
The schooling of pupils with a foreign background in Spain
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe first part of the article analyses the development of Spanish administrations on the consideration of cultural diversity in schools, linked to the remarkable increase in the number of immigrant families in Spain over the last decade. It shows how models of exclusion and seg...
“Living across borders”: vulnerability and transformation of identity in the era of globalisation
The hyperconnection, de-escalation and acceleration of social life that characterise globalisation mean that the concepts of territory, border and belonging to the political community are remarkable. While capital, business and tourism are becoming increasingly transnational, in the era of globalisa...
Borders and social exclusion: The command of the written language
This work analyses the differences in literacy within multicultural classrooms. Given the demands of today’s societies, marginalisation and social exclusion are reinforced by the lack of reading and writer strategies and this reality, which is typical of many schools in Argentina, is evident in the...
The coca movement and its (in) existence in Peru. Dislocation itinerary on the river Apurímac
This article addresses the main efforts and limitations of peasant coca leaf producers (coca-growers) to form a “social movement” capable of challenging cultural consensus present in civil society and, at the same time, having a successful impact on the political scene. It also summarises some of th...
The causes and consequences of the search for ‘guerrier capital’ among young people in the city
The aim here is to show the social organisation built by young people occupying the public space of their city, why and how they build it, as well as the legislative heterogeneity produced by that organisation by calling into question the State monopoly on physical violence. The aim of this approach...
Honduran peasants: agricultural transition towards social exclusion?
at the beginning of this millennium, agriculture has ceased to be the main way to earn the life of humanity. The agricultural transition towards capitalism has been completed in most of the current national states. However, as a result of the processes of globalisation, agricultural transitions take...
Cultural expansion and attention to needs: outline of teaching positions in teachers and teachers of physical education in socio-educational policies
This work presents conclusions from the analysis of the official documents of a socio-educational programme called the Centre for Infferential Activities (CAI) under the National Social Policy Directorate (DNPS) and the fieldwork carried out at the sites of the programme. An attempt will be made to...
Exclusion, inequality and uprooting, from the experience of students from Veracruzana University, Xalapa region
In Mexico, there is little relevance between curricula and the real needs of society. This disparity has led to complex transformations within the higher education system. However, the results achieved were not optimal. This study is of an exploratory nature, with an empirical benchmark in public un...
In the light of the multiple and ambiguous uses of the concept of honour at present in Argentina and Latin America, it is possible to disagree in the light of the emergence of such a concept of honour as an identity, colonial and exclusionary practice in modern Argentina
This work will begin by placing the concept of traditional honour from a hegelian philosophical perspective and understanding the place it occupies in its recognition theory. The aim will then be to analyse how the concept of honour, understood as a group of values specific to a world, falls to give...
Micro-politics in a marginalised school: between inclusion and standardisation
In the context of the Inclusion Act (20.845/2015) which promotes the social mix of Chilean students, a subsidised school is being investigated in the context of poverty that has promoted this mix since it was set up in 1980, as it is free of charge and without selection. The aim is to understand how...
The condemned exteriorities and their ethical curvature
Philosophy treats the other in Mismo, which ceases to be a homogenous Totality without losing out. However, the logic of the alteriity set out in this article (going from Lèvinas to the philosophy of the libration) shows that, although the Seer is the foundation of the system, there is a reality bey...
Spatial analysis of the indicators of habitability in the municipalities of the Region of Murcia (Spain)
Housing exclusion is a complex and multi-faceted phenomenon, triggered mainly by social exclusion. Its main manifestation is the lack of access to decent and adequate housing. Unfortunately, many families do not have housing with basic living conditions. This investigation describes, firstly, the ch...
The right to equality and feminist legal theories. The fight to assert our rights
This article analyses the influence that feminist legal theories have had on the struggle for women’s rights so far to be asserted. Feminism is understood from different points of view, and feminist movements have taken different positions on the right to equality between women and men in their hist...
Teaching social interaction skills in children at risk of exclusion
This work evaluates the effectiveness of a programme of social interaction skills in a group of four children (aged 5-7) at risk of social exclusion, residing in a Reception Centre. Prior to the implementation of the programme, an assessment of social interaction skills in older children (aged 5-7)...
Beyond professionalisation: education
Summary This reflection article shows the need, beyond professionalisation, to think about teacher training as a continuum from a performative practice, i.e. from the experience that is thought and asserted in the pedagogical and didactic skills that are built and rebuilt in the classroom on a daily...
The bubbled notes: Restoration, through artistic practice, of the historical memory of women reprisoned by Franco.
[s] summary: The buried memory is a project that reflects on artistic production on the basis of an analysis of historical research into women and the deprivation of rights and freedoms during the Franco era. The aim is to make visible a forgotten reality of our past, which still has a direct impact...
The communication potential of the face: a link between art and politics in the photo
The aim of this article is to explore, in the light of Jacques Rancière’s reflections on imaging policy, the potential for subjection and disjunct in portrait portraits of young people from Parisian peripheries produced by the French artist JR. By analysing images produced by JR for the “Portrait of...
Debate — Demo-political discourse in Quebec: inclusion or exclusion?
the aim of this article is to report on some aspects of an ongoing research on the evolution of demographic thinking in the field of immigration and integration since the early s, especially since the beginning of the 1960s. The article is divided into two parts: the first is a short reflection on t...