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Responsabilidad social. De la toma de decisiones a la educación del carácter: percepciones de docentes y no docentes de un establecimiento educacional chileno.

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    • Alternate Title:
      Social Responsibility. From Decision Making to Character Education: Perceptions of Teachers and Non-teachers in a Chilean School.
    • Abstract:
      The current crisis of values experienced by society has led to the study of social responsibility as a testimonial method for character education. This research aims to analyze the perception that teachers and non-teachers have of the social responsibility policies implemented by an educational institution in Chile. To do so, the questionnaire was addressed to employees of a secondary school in the Ñuble region. Finally, positive and negative gaps were found between the two subgroups, and showed that the teachers look favorably on actions linked to citizenship and participation. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      La actual crisis de valores que experimenta la sociedad ha conducido al estudio de la responsabilidad social como un método testimonial para la educación del carácter. Esta investigación pretende analizar la percepción que tienen los docentes y no docentes sobre las políticas de responsabilidad social implementadas por una institución de educación en Chile. Para ello se ha utilizado un cuestionario aplicado a funcionarios de un establecimiento de nivel secundario ubicado en la región de Ñuble. Finalmente, se han presentado brechas positivas y negativas entre ambos subgrupos, demostrando que los docentes presentan una percepción favorable en acciones ligadas a ciudadanía y participación. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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