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Challenges and Prospects Ninety Years Later]. The events of are very fresh in their memories either because of their direct effects on the individuals or because they catalyzed family or personal crises. This last aspect must be taken into account because of the significant changes that they are imposing on universities and on academic work. However, when law No. Buenos Aires, Eudeba, The increasing interest in the Humanities and Social Sciences seems to express not only that the mentioned fields of knowledge seemed to have gained greater recognition but also the particular blend yielded by the erosion of the productive system, the lack of expectations regarding employment in the field of basic sciences in the 90s, and the greater freedom to follow individual vocational callings on the face of generalized uncertainty.

Reflexiones sobre la universidad argentina [Considerations about the Argentinian University]. A day in a student’s ordinary life shows not only long hours of work and study but also urban itineraries in a combination of studies, work, public activities, consumption, etc.

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On Compasses and Turbulence]. Regarding the students’ situation, the negative incidence of the economic changes undergone by our society can be seen from phenomena like university students’ malnutrition as recorded in the chronicles of and 28the early age at which university students enter the labor market because their parents’ income has decreased, and the fact that, owing to the impossibility of supporting themselves, students live in the family home for longer than should be expected.

It is estimated that by fe schools had issued a total of 50, diplomas Fiorucci, This occurs for various reasons: 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.

A retrospective glance demands that we strip representations of the past from their epochal mystique. Buenos Aires, December Networks, Genealogies and Conflicts. Finally, it is as well an accurate description of the Higher Education System in Argentina with a strong emphasis on universities. While there has been a remarkable increase in the number of university students and in the number of those attending State-run universities, the Yearbooks also highlighted the high levels of attrition, for they recorded that almost half of the students registered drop out in their first year of studies.

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The present manuscript aims to identify the genealogies, understood in a Foucaultian perspective, which leads to the actual Higher Education System in Argentina, by distinguishing how series of events are organized, distributed, organized in terms of institutional relations, signifying chains in the social amalgam and educational networks.

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Opiniones, valoraciones y expectativas. This is supported by the Argentinean case, in which the rise in numbers was not accompanied by the corresponding budgetary increase depending on the State 21and the university modernization process that had begun in the 60s at Buenos Aires University was never completed.

Considering some general features, some of the characteristics of students are shown in Table 1 and Table 2in relation with the educational level of the parents. More students were engaged in full-time jobs between 26 and 45 hours per week and fewer students held part-time jobs.

El derrumbe de la bastilla [The Fall of universidadex Bastille]. That is to say, once students had finished elementary school they could choose between different types of education, if they wanted to and could afford it: Government of the People or Government of the Politicians? Thus, they exhibit the intergenerational conviviality of the different social, cultural, and educational backgrounds of both students and lecturers. As previously mentioned, they were the first to be formalized universieades they had already been functioning as educational institutions; thus, from the eleven universities recognized upon the Law 14, eight were of Catholic origin.

The university experience and students’ narratives: a study on our times

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. In the French production, and from dissimilar standpoints, Bourdieu and Passeron, in Los herederos. The possibility of reaching a narrative of experience 11 told by one of its paradigmatic actors fosters an approach to daily life, to ways of socialization, sensibility, affects, modes of selective tradition, and pedagogical and cultural learning processes in a context marked by forceful challenges to the effectiveness of public university and of the processes and transmission modes of culture in a broader sense.

Besides the national data about the lengthening in the duration of undergraduate studies, the UBA Census reported an increase in the students’ average age. Inthe total number of students was 1, That is why as a final comment, this article account of the specific traditions of the different universities according to their particular history and institutional culture.

As univeesidades in the University Statistics Yearbooks of the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology 24the number of university students doubled over the past decade. At present, they are repositories of cultural imaginaries, traditions, and ideals originated in different historical periods.

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La vida en los countries y barrios privados. La emergencia del estado evaluador: On the other hand, the development of technical schools began later and it was a less uniform system.

For this reason, the following work aims to present a brief description of the SEU in Argentina, primarily focusing on the present time, as well as including some of the historical references that provided the background for the development of the SEU, in order to be used as bucgbinder reference by other researchers and academics to understand the logic and conflicts, and to develop links between different university systems in each country.

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This policy was strengthened with a tendency to build a model of higher education aimed at satisfying the global ized labor market, and that operated both in terms of knowledge transfer more linked to teaching at university as well as the production of knowledge researchwhich were also governed under international classification parameters. On this basis, a typology of different universities, where seven distinct groups stand out, will be made.

University students have particularly been constructed as such through a large part of the social theories and research studies carried out in the second half of the 20 th Century, alongside with the phenomenon of the worldwide expansion of universities and surveys into their specific dynamics and processes.

Also, a significant number of documents on the issue are compiled by Luis O. 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 autonomy which had 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.

This typology was organized based on how the actors involved in said institutions and their institutional cultures were historically shaped. Each of the demands driven under the Reform of was resumed in different historical moments and under the sign of different interpretations; however, some were more significant than others.

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