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The Taquini Plan was partly originated in order to prevent the concentration of the buchbindsr masses in the large cities within buxhbinder framework of strong social discontent and political polarization of the students.
Although both subsystems are a part of the higher education field in Argentina, they do not share common origins with regard to history and production conditions. The narratives present the family as a presence that often supports that crowded time by accompanying the student in traditional ways with a ready-to-eat meal when the student arrives home late, for example.
Nonetheless, the notion of autonomy kept transmuting its meaning and its ideological-discursive uses over the years; to such an extent that in the University Reform of that idea of argentimas which univeraidades been used by the political oligarchy of the late nineteenth century in Argentina to face the Church regarding the hegemony of production and institutionalization of knowledge, was adopted by reformers to face that same oligarchy which, thanks to teacher selection system, in which they evaluate themselves their colleagues and this was supported by the national Executive Power which traditionally had the same hegemonic-political importance than that of the university facultythe university oligarchy had an established mechanism to retain their places in the hierarchical positions of that institution.
It is of interest to note in this case how the debates on autonomy materialized in specific situations such as the legal conflict between the UBA and the State; but also on different elements of the institutional life of public universities This sociability process begins buchbimder the first years, triggered by random events that establish univerwidades fraternal bonds that slowly turn into modes of friendship The fact that the university still gives rise to egalitarian expectations 6 amid a social scenario pervaded by major inequalities turns into attractive research material.
According to data gathered inthe Argentinean University system is composed of university institutions, 45 of which are State-run and the remaining 55, private. The narrative of university experience constitutes one way of problematizing the connections among education, history, and subjectivity that facilitates an understanding of the heterogeneous layers ofinstitutional life as experienced bucubinder different generations. In1, students attended national universities.
La vida en los countries y barrios privados. Buenos Aires, Editorial Adriana Hidalgo, opens possibilities for an exploration into the subjective dimension of social lws cultural processes.
In addition, the same circumstances can be thought depending on whether students have part-time or full-time jobs. Relativization of democratic values, a certain loss of innocence or hope and, in some cases, the beginning of adulthood with personal and family responsibilities are highlighted.
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For their part, students’ lives express the tensions typical of a historical period marked by instability and uncertainty. On the contrary, the SEU has always considered itself independent of the State with regard to knowledge production and internal policies, to such an extent that it managed to set the autonomy of universities, as well as financial autarchy, in the article 75, subsection 19 of the Argentine National Constitution in Finally, it is as well an accurate description of the Higher Education System in Argentina with a strong emphasis on universities.
Analysis, Criticism and Perspectives]. The group comprising university institutes and provincial, international and foreign universities based in Argentina was sorted as such despite the differences between its components, since its percentage within the total of university students as well as hostoria participation in the scientific and academic activity of the country is significantly lower in comparison with the other groups surveyed.
Buenos Aires, Del Estante Editorial. Cuestiones de identidad cultural. From the narratives of students’ lives, a reconstruction of daily life in a university context enables us to have an insight into the new dynamics of the cultural process taking place in the institutions and to identify factors and phenomena that point to elements of continuity and discontinuity with reference to other historical periods.
VI As a social and subjective construction 42in the students’ experience the time factor is often disorganized as a consequence of the institutional logic. Therefore, on the one hand there is a subsystem which encompasses universities and university institutes SEUwhile on the other hand there is a second subsystem comprising Higher Education Institutes which are divided into teacher training and technical-vocational SIES, by its Spanish acronym.
Another significant characteristic of those students who start courses in the SIES is related to previous studies: Buenos Aires, Uistoria, El derrumbe de la bastilla [The Fall of the Bastille]. The aim of the creators of the plan was to find a solution to the demographic effects produced by the great movement of young people from various provinces of Argentina towards the metropolitan centers, where the most important universities were located.
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Some authors even distinguish between formal access to institutions and real access to knowledge Tedesco, On this basis, a typology of different universities, where seven distinct groups stand out, will be made. In the last few decades of the 20 th Century, the students’ experience was more deeply permeated by heterogeneity and fragmentation.
From this standpoint, young students’ values were intertwined with their aspiration for a generational change. Madrid, Alianza Editorial,p. Narrating students’ experiences An examination of university life in our days as seen from the students’ standpoint implies an approach to the ongoing construction of identities rather than to the outcomes of fixed, unchanging, and established positions within the institutions.
Interpretations of political history draw genealogies that tend to blur other possible readings that have not been contested, whether they have recovered the intellectual history of the university 18 or attempted to tell the history of its culture.
When lecturers greet their students, the acknowledgement of the latter’s status is duly valued as a gesture that marks a difference with anonymity.
From the student status to the University situation: In the tradition of Latin American Reformism, the representation of university students is related to the modern process of the construction of universities as well as to the avatars of the political processes that swept the continent.
Other perspectives of the university experience were obliterated and ignored because of the political overdetermination typical of the times 16a trait that may be easily found in either literary works or movies about the period. In order to accomplish this goal, it is necessary to lay emphasis on some distinctions: Having already distinguished both subsystems, this section will focus on the SEU.
During the interviews, special emphasis was made on the reconstruction of a formative cycle, and the students favored both recalling strategies as an overall reflection on the university experience. I shall now quote interpretations of the material collected during interviews to groups of students close to graduating from various courses of studies at the Schools of Philosophy and Letters and Social Sciences in Buenos Aires University.
According to the cited Yearbook, the courses of studies in the Humanities that grew the most between and were Arts, Education, Philosophy, History, Letters, and Psychology The teacher staff has full-time dedication to these two activities and they produce a significant amount of research in comparison with the remaining groups of private universities also focused on the development of postgraduate careers.
By then, the number of undergraduate students had risen by At present, they are repositories of cultural imaginaries, traditions, and ideals originated in different historical periods.