Economía de la educación. Lectura epistemológica de su emergencia, posibilidad y devenir
AbstractThis work registers in the investigation horizon that we come making around the practices from knowledge and their conditions of production and emergency from epistemological options of the complex thought. It changes positions that in his to happen go from the economy of the education in this opportunity to thinking to the economy and the education, all of them determining practices social and institutional specific. Our investigation receives relevance in individual since we were working in university education in the formation of professionals with intellectual commitment, moral and political.
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Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 10 (Fall)
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Economics; education; complexity; stage; knowledge;
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