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The inclusion and evolution of isms and dades in higher education Institutions

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.9, No. 9)

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Page : 146-162

Keywords : Human behaviorism; Human devaluation; Invisibility; Racial and Sexual Superiority.;

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Abstract

The objective of this research was to analyze the evolutionary form, at an international and national level, of ageism, feminism, racism, sexism, diversity, equity, sexuality, and transsexuality on the campuses of higher education institutions. The data obtained and analyzed indicated that, in the international context, ageism is constantly adapting and studying (n = 7.0; 30.0% when compared to the national context (n = 5.0;20.0%); As for studies on racism, there is an inversion in terms of quantity: international (n = 6.0; 30.0%), national (n = 11.0; 44.0%). Equity has been studied more in the international context (n = 7.0;63.5%). Studies on sexuality are less effective at the international level (n = 1.0; 9.2%) when compared to the national level (n = 4.0; 80.0%). Therefore, mitigating the discriminatory processes, already included in the daily life of universities, for these two suffixes, involves changing human behavior, the acceptability of differences between living beings, and the elaboration of institutional policies that are not guided by federal legislation. or state, but the search for a more effective, lasting, and evolutionary inclusive objective. 0% when compared to the national context (n = 5.0;20.0%); As for studies on racism, there is an inversion in terms of quantity: international (n = 6.0; 30.0%), national (n = 11.0; 44.0%). Equity has been studied more in the international context (n = 7.0;63.5%). Studies on sexuality are less effective at the international level (n = 1.0; 9.2%) when compared to the national level (n = 4.0; 80.0%).

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