Governance of anti-COVID-19 policies in a university in central Mexico


Abstract: The pandemic and anti-COVID-19 policies are risk events that have opened a discrepancy in educational institutions. On the one hand, the institutionalism that distinguishes them suggests the implementation of anti-COVID policies. On the other hand, the construction of a governance in which political actors participate in academic decisions and the educational community in the interpretation of preventive guidelines. The objective of the study was to establish an explanatory model of the discrepancy. An exploratory, cross-sectional and psychometric study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of 100 students. A structure of three factors related to institutionalism, isomorphism and coupling was found. 62% of the variance was explained, suggesting the inclusion of another factor that the literature identifies as patrimonialism. In relation to the consulted literature, the empirical evidence suggests the empirical test of the model.
Keywords: violence, aggression, couple, networks, knowledge, synapse.

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