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v. t.1.To propose problems.
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Informing this indifference is the problematization of the urban poor as a liability.
To promote a rupture with the traditional model of teaching and learning, EAPSUS draws on Pedagogy of Problematization as its theoretical frame of reference.
In the problematization stage of the LIG approach, the researcher identifies competing claims of different groups of people about a specific issue within the vulnerability context.
Firmly grounded in a concrete attempt to address the very real challenges facing education in the broadest sense and humanist concerns in particular, Peters brings complex and abstruse philosophical notions down to earth and puts them to back to work to help us better understand how we can begin rethinking education for citizenship in an age of what Hardt and Negri term "Empire." The problematization of the idea of Europe, culminating in an interpretation of the idea as a promise inextricably tied to its humanist legacy and placing a moral demand on us to strengthen the natural bond between education and human value is convincing and even inspiring.
Como lo recalca el propio Foucault, en un breve texto intitulado "On problematization", la problematizacion es una respuesta a una situacion real dada por diferentes individuos (1988: 17).
However, both legislations were developed under Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) governments, in spite of concerns raised by human rights organisations, so this problematization could have been taken into account earlier as well.
In other words, the problematization of value-neutrality calls for a sociologically reflexive analysis of social scientific pursuits themselves, as well as the various concrete and abstract motives of its practitioners (Gouldner 1970).
It contends that three sets of logics and practices inform the problematization of irregular migration in Spain since the 1980s: culturalization tied to the history of Spanish colonialism and the governing of migrants as cultural subjects; laboralization that attempts to control labor migration flows and frame irregular migrants as workers who contribute to the national labor market; and securitization focused on the defense of territorial sovereignty, blocking all migration routes available to irregular migrants and framing migrants as potential threats.
Thus, this book offers an invitation for research on developmental psychology to be strengthened and enriched, since at present there is an absence of studies -in Colombia- that pose a problematization from the perspective of dynamic non-linear systems (Cudina & Ossa, 2016), and the existing ones are methodologically weaker, and narrower conceptually and epistemologically.
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