Cinta de Moebio 34:58-66 (2009)

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El artículo analiza, el papel que juega la epistemología en la formación profesional y disciplinaria de las ciencias sociales en el nuevo contexto de educación superior, en donde, aparece con fuerza la idea de una formación basada en competencias, a través de la cual se exige una articulación de los..
Keywords Competencias profesionales   educación superior   competencias   pluralismo  Professional skills   higher education   competency-based training   pluralism
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DOI 10.4067/S0717-554X2009000100004
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