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Formación universitaria

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Abstract

MARIN-GONZALEZ, Freddy; PEREZ-GONZALEZ, Judith; SENIOR-NAVEDA, Alexa  and  PAREDES-CHACIN, Ana J.. Proposal for an inter-sectorial cooperation network to manage university professional practices in the Falcón region, Venezuela. Form. Univ. [online]. 2020, vol.13, n.5, pp.247-256. ISSN 0718-5006.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-50062020000500247.

This article proposes the formation of a cooperation network for the management of university professional practices in the context of the relationships between university, government, and private sectors. It is based on a rationalistic approach and on the application of inferential logical reasoning methods. This is performed through the analysis of documentary sources (deduction and abduction techniques) on cooperation, networks, and curriculum theories. The population is composed of key actors in the university, government, and private sectors from the Paraguaná Peninsula (Falcón state) in Venezuela. A questionnaire was applied and the results show willingness to be part of the network and to comply with agreements and proposed objectives. There are actors with outstanding typologies that represent an important source of information. In conclusion, the present study validates that the relationships between sectors favor the creation of formal cooperation networks that are strengthened by the contributions from each node in the network.

Keywords : cooperation networks; professional practices; inter-sectoriality; management; business university relationship.

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