publication . Article . 2017

Una aproximación a las sociedades rurales de México desde el concepto de aprendizaje vicario

Sergio Moctezuma;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Jul 2017
  • Publisher: Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas, Centro de Estudios Superiores de México y Centroamérica
Abstract
This article considers the concept of vicarious learning as formulated by the psychologist Albert Bandura and as applied to learning in non-educational settings. It also documents the controlled experiments that gave rise to the concept, as well as to its theoretical foundations and their contribution to projects of social change. Examples from Mexico and other parts of the world are considered, placing special emphasis on how vicarious learning is manifested in certain rural areas of Mexico. In conclusion, the article discusses how the vicarious learning shows potential to generate educational strategies that would benefit youth and adolescents in non-formal se...
Subjects
free text keywords: Albert Bandura, aprendizaje vicario, aprendizaje activo, sociocognitivismo, sociedades rurales, vicarious learning, activity learning, social cognitive theory, rural areas, sociedades rurales., History of scholarship and learning. The humanities, AZ20-999, Social sciences (General), H1-99, Rural area, Pedagogy, Sociology, Social change, Observational learning

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