The New Social Projection Paradigm
AbstractThe paper was submitted on the VII Central American University Congress that was hold on the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, Le�n as a greetings toward the Unan Le�n Bicentenary 1812-2012.
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Citizen Power Model; University-Society-State; Social Projection Social; Malmquist Index; Productivity Analysis; Teaching/Communication/Extension/Profession; A: 13; I: 23; I: 38; P: 52.;
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