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El declive de la universidad pública: la interface de una ideología

Perfiles Educativos 01/2005;
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Este trabajo analiza el declive de la universidad brasileña ante las políticas neoliberales. Está dividido en dos partes. En la primera se contextualiza y teoriza sobre la problemática de la universidad de Brasil; inicia conuna breve introducción histórica en la que se enfatizan algunos factores que intervinieron en el desarrollo de laeducación superior en los periodos colonial, imperial y republicano. Siguiendo la óptica de diferentes autores,analiza cuestiones polémicas y crónicas de la universidad brasileña. En la segunda parte se describe lametodología utilizada en la investigación, cuya población fueron los docentes, alumnos y funcionarios de lasuniversidades federales situadas en el estado de Río Grande del Sur. También se describen los procedimientosy se ofrece al lector algunas inferencias derivadas de este estudio, para el análisis y la reflexión.

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