Análisis de la configuración del campo de estudio de la desigualdad educativa

Analysis of the configuration of the field of study of educational inequality

Palabras clave: Bibliometría, Ciencias sociales, Desigualdad educativa, Desigualdad social

Resumen

Objetivo: Analizar la estructura intelectual del estudio de la desigualdad educativa. Metodología: Se diseñó una estrategia metodológica mixta a partir del desarrollo de un ejercicio bibliométrico. Desde la perspectiva cuantitativa, se desarrolló el procesamiento estadístico de la producción de documentos científicos de las bases de datos Scopus e ISI Web of Science en el campo de la desigualdad educativa y se construyeron y analizaron indicadores bibliométricos que permitieron la evaluación del rendimiento científico, su desarrollo y evolución. Desde la perspectiva cualitativa, se desarrolló análisis documental, semántico y de contenido sobre los documentos identificados. El procesamiento de la información se realizó en los softwares Modeler SPSS, Atlas ti, SicMAT y Knime. Resultados: Se identifica el campo de la desigualad educativa como consolidado, donde se destaca un mayor desarrollo analítico y metodológico desde finales de los noventa donde se incorporan distintas disciplinas al estudio. Conclusiones y discusiones: La estructura intelectual del campo de la desigualdad educativa se caracteriza por su alto rendimiento y visibilidad, donde disciplinas como la economía, la psicología o las humanidades han aportado significativamente al desarrollo teórico-práctico. Sin embargo, se identifican nuevos enfoques con la incorporación al análisis a partir del machine learnig, big data y deep learnig.

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Biografía del autor/a

Diana Lorena Pineda-Ospina, Universidad Del Valle, Cali, Colombia

PhD (c) Sociologia. Magister en Administración y Economista de la Universidad del Valle. Profesora tiempo completo. Departamento Administración y Organizaciones. Facultad de Ciencias de la Administración. Universidad del Valle- Cali (Colombia)

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2021-07-08
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Pineda-Ospina, D. L. (2021). Análisis de la configuración del campo de estudio de la desigualdad educativa: Analysis of the configuration of the field of study of educational inequality. Educación Y Humanismo, 23(41). https://doi.org/10.17081/eduhum.23.41.4070