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Religación. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades
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  • Collateral Effects of Strike Actions by Academic Staff on Undergraduates
           in Public Universities in South West Nigeria

    • Authors: Bolupe Abayomi Awe, Rose Nkem Tilije, Babatunde Nurudeen Balogun, Olusola Ilesanmi Olajide
      Abstract: The collateral effects of strike actions by academic staff in public universities in South West Nigeria were investigated through descriptive research design. An instrument tagged Perception of Undergraduates on the Influence of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Strike Actions Questionnaire (PUIASAQ) was used for data collection. A study sample of 490 undergraduates was selected through purposive and simple random sampling techniques from seven universities in South West geopolitical zone of Nigeria. Four research questions were raised with two hypotheses generated. The outcome of the study revealed both negative and positive impacts of ASUU strike on the undergraduates while gender of undergraduates and institutional ownership had no significant influence on undergraduates’ perception. It was recommended that causes of strike actions must be nipped in bud with granting of full autonomy to these universities while tax holidays should be given to private investors to finance universities.
      PubDate: 2022-07-29
      DOI: 10.46652/rgn.v7i33.933
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 32 (2022)
       
  • The performance of public administration in the Fourth Transformation
           through Governance indicators

    • Authors: Rigoberto Pérez Ramírez, Ivonne Rodríguez Pérez
      Abstract: Currently, the government headed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador, in the self-styled “Fourth Transformation” of the Republic, seeks to transform the public administration through the implementation of a republican austerity policy and the fight against corruption that implies the thinning of the bureaucratic apparatus to minimize the cost of government, which under a new style of governing characterized by a greater degree of interaction and cooperation between the State and non-state actors in mixed decision-making between the public and the private, supposes a shared between the good practices of the makers of the policy and the recipients of the political actions. Thus, the main objective of this work is to analyze the degree of performance of the Mexican public administration in the “Fourth Transformation” through the governance indicators established by the World Bank, to know the imprint of its results in the Public Management. The thinning of the bureaucratic apparatus, budget, and program cuts; they do not move away from the cycle of policies implemented in past governments since 1982. The government performance of the “Fourth Transformation” according to the results provided by the indicators in 2020, is failed in governance since these have involuted in recent years that analyzed, the global average considering the sum of the data of the six indicators is 35.39 points out of one hundred possible. This suggests that in the last 20 years, governance in the country has barely advanced.
      PubDate: 2022-07-28
      DOI: 10.46652/rgn.v7i33.930
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 32 (2022)
       
  • The construction of institutional reputation and citizen engagement with
           transversal leadership

    • Authors: Rubén Tamboleo García
      Abstract: This article examines how to build reputation and engagement through transversal leadership, evolving from an institutional communication model to one of community management, working and reinforcing certain key elements that are cited in the work. The objective is to build the reputation of public institutions and the engagement of citizens to them. Institutional Communication has historically been a linear model and currently we must work on a bidirectional model for our theoretical and practical approaches in the activity of administration and consulting. The conceptual approach of social networks and community management is reviewed for the usefulness of the model. Methodologically, we compare elements such as spaces for participation in the public arena and innovative communication tools that are necessary to develop a new model in which citizens achieve a greater commitment to their participation in one way or another. As a main conclusion, we see the usefulness of transversal leadership in our institutions according to the recent changes in the public sphere.
      PubDate: 2022-07-02
      DOI: 10.46652/rgn.v7i32.907
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 32 (2022)
       
  • Challenges for implementing indigenous education at school

    • Authors: Edson Kayapó
      Abstract: The 21st century heralds the continuation of the brutal attack on the sociolinguistic and cosmological diversities of native peoples. At the same time, the State talks about democratic rights and equality and politics. The present text brings this situation to the debate, making the various social groups and their conflicting political projects appear in the State’s relationship with indigenous peoples. The identity belonging or its denial will reveal to be intimately linked to the themes of education, territory, school and other elements that make up the realities of these peoples and that become spaces of historical disputes. From a methodological point of view, the present study is part of my doctoral research, updated on experiences in the villages, on participation in the indigenous movement in Brazil and on dialogue with other research. It is a study focused on indigenous education. The research was carried out from interviews and field research in the Espírito Santo village, of the Karipuna people of the state of Amapá, a land located on the border between Brazil and French Guiana. The interviews and field research dialogue with official documents and the bibliography on the subject. We can say that indigenous (community) education has managed to maintain the forms of sociopolitical organization of these peoples, not without difficulties and irreparable losses. Indigenous peoples, through their own pedagogical actions, have managed to maintain their languages, cosmologies, territories, historical memories and knowledge, updating them in the present time The 21st century heralds the continuation of the brutal attack on the sociolinguistic and cosmological diversities of native peoples. At the same time, the State talks about democratic rights and equality and politics. The present text brings this situation to the debate, making the various social groups and their conflicting political projects appear in the State’s relationship with indigenous peoples. The identity belonging or its denial will reveal to be intimately linked to the themes of education, territory, school and other elements that make up the realities of these peoples and that become spaces of historical disputes. From a methodological point of view, the present study is part of my doctoral research, updated on experiences in the villages, on participation in the indigenous movement in Brazil and on dialogue with other research. It is a study focused on indigenous education. The research was carried out from interviews and field research in the Espírito Santo village, of the Karipuna people of the state of Amapá, a land located on the border between Brazil and French Guiana. The interviews and field research dialogue with official documents and the bibliography on the subject. We can say that indigenous (community) education has managed to maintain the forms of sociopolitical organization of these peoples, not without difficulties and irreparable losses. Indigenous peoples, through their own pedagogical actions, have managed to maintain their languages, cosmologies, territories, historical memories and knowledge, updating them in the present time.
      PubDate: 2022-07-01
      DOI: 10.46652/rgn.v7i32.918
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 32 (2022)
       
  • The Decolonial Perspective and its contributions to the analysis of social
           struggles in rural areas

    • Authors: Adriane Cristina Benedetti
      Abstract: This article addresses the racial issues as an expression of social struggle in the country of Brazil. It is a dimension of power relations that has been briefly explored in rural studies, despite being the broader context in territorial disputes. The racial issue became evident in the disputes related to the titling of quilombola territories and the demarcation of indigenous lands, boosting the academic debate around this theme. The article aims to analyze racial relations in rural areas based on the contributions of the Decolonial Perspective, such as the concepts of coloniality of power and racialization, to understand the axes of power that are at play in territorial disputes involving quilombolas. Consequently, focusing on the titling of quilombola territories, we used qualitative data gathered during research in the Rio Grande do Sul in 2018, which allowed how the racial relations operate in rural areas.
      PubDate: 2022-07-01
      DOI: 10.46652/rgn.v7i32.911
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 32 (2022)
       
 
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