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  • The game in the human being as a tool for its holistic construction for an
           integral conception of its cosmogony

    • Authors: Nancy Esther Anachury, Shirley Yojana Junco, Shirley Yojana Junco, Juan Gabriel Castañeda Polanco
      Abstract: With respect to the upbringing of children, customs have advanced significantly. In ancient times it was conceived that children should be ignored and that they did not begin to be taken into account until very late in childhood; gradually society has evolved and with it the approaches to a humanized relationship between adults and children. It is becoming more and more constant and at the same time relevant the actions that lead to enjoy the child-adult relationship. Propitiating a pertinent emotional and social development, not only in the family environment but also in the educational spaces; spaces where specific cultural and social pillars are cemented that effectively contribute to a better progress in the individual. The games strengthen the roles and position the individual in the most characteristic aspects of his personality.
      PubDate: 2023-01-13
      DOI: 10.31876/er.v6i44.832
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 44 (2023)
  • The digital marketing on the purchase decisions

    • Authors: Angelita Genoveva Tapia-Bonifaz, Julio Roberto Santillán-Castillo, Luz Maribel Vallejo-Chávez
      Abstract: Small and medium-sized companies in today's world require the support of technology to achieve their positioning in customer acquisition, loyalty and purchasing decisions, an aspect that involves overcoming new challenges such as facing a large, globalized and highly competitive market, as well as the incursion into a virtual environment influenced by social networks and digital channels that instantly persuade the buyer with various strategies, a phenomenon more visible in the post pandemic period in which the speed of evolution of the media and forms of marketing is evident.
      PubDate: 2023-01-13
      DOI: 10.31876/er.v6i44.835
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 44 (2023)
  • Risk management in rural development and land use planning: the case of
           San Lorenzo, Esmeraldas – Ecuador

    • Authors: Álex Gabriel Quispe Mera, Mónica Tatiana Tonato Velasco, Fidel Patricio Quispe Mera, Víctor Eduardo Quispe Mera
      Abstract: The present investigation was carried out with the objective of evaluating the risk management strategies established by the decentralized autonomous parish governments, through the development and territorial planning plans, considering the objectives of sustainable development. For this case, nine rural parishes in the canton of San Lorenzo, Esmeraldas, Ecuador were taken as the territorial scope of the analysis. A review of the Ecuadorian legislation that regulates rural territorial planning was carried out, as well as interviews with key actors of the communities located in the parish capitals, to evaluate their knowledge of strategies, programs and projects focused on disaster risk management and citizen contribution in the construction of development plans and land use planning. One of the findings found in this study is that the participation of the community in the construction of development plans and land use planning is very low, since only 32.22% of them state that they have contributed to the development of these tools of planning of the parochial decentralized autonomous governments.
      PubDate: 2023-01-13
      DOI: 10.31876/er.v6i44.833
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 44 (2023)
  • Nursing evaluation of neonates with Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS)

    • Authors: Kristy Glenda Franco Poveda, Martha Lorena Holguín Jiménez, Nelfa Lissette Diaz Sol, Daniel Alejandro Ruiz Rey
      Abstract: Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is recognized as a set of symptoms and signs that lead to increased respiratory work, significantly affecting both preterm and term newborns admitted to the NICU. The study is a quantitative, descriptive, retrospective cross-sectional study. An indirect observation matrix was applied through the collection of medical records for the registration of statistical dataThere are 160 neonates with RDS attended annually in the NICU area. Equivalent to a sample of 113 neonates who will be selected by simple random sampling. The results showed that most of the neonates who took part in the study were male and were born during the 34th to 38th week, the main cause of RDS in neonates.
      PubDate: 2023-01-13
      DOI: 10.31876/er.v6i44.836
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 44 (2023)
  • Innovative strategies to strengthen training training of future teachers

    • Authors: Sandra María Avilés Franco, Karina Marisol Moeses Jiménez, Omar Victor Delgado Lino
      Abstract: This work addresses the importance of the use of innovative strategies to strengthen the formative training of future teachers. For this reason, a documentary research and qualitative methodology has been carried out, ranging from classroom experiences that have allowed externalizing and the respective bibliographic documentation that has served as support in the search.
      PubDate: 2023-01-13
      DOI: 10.31876/er.v6i44.834
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 44 (2023)
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