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.2016 - Volume 9, No 1
 
     

Ethical Problems and Social Representations of Evaluation at University

 
Nelly Patricia Bautista Cárdenas
.Abstract

This article is the result of research about Evaluation in higher education from the cultural aspect seen from the Social Representations. The motivation for reflection was overvalued about the perceived qualifying in the student population. The primacy in note leads to create a vacuum in the ethical and civic field and will void the formative role of evaluation in the course of development of college. Therefore, the purpose of investigation is to show the social representation of the evaluation as an end and not a means, in the university context allowing institutions to urge the university to promote actions to neutralize violent or criminal behavior of those that seek passing grades or certifications over educational logic and human rights. The methodology used is qualitative in the framework of social representations, allowing relate the constitutional discourse and institutional rules with common sense that build teachers and students to the evaluation process, finding underlying elements of power, manipulation, fear, plagiarism and concepts of the different assessment to preaching theory and policy.

.Key words
 

Ethics, University evaluation, Human rights, Evaluation methodology, Social representations.

 
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.Reference
 

Bautista, N.P. (2016). Problemas éticos y representaciones sociales de la evaluación en la Universidad. [Ethical problems and social representations of evaluation at university]. Revista Iberoamericana de Evaluación Educativa, 9(1), 127-144.
doi:10.15366/riee2016.9.1.008

 
 

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