Alimony in Students of Legal Age as a Fundamental Right to Education
Keywords:right to food, education, alimony, neutrosophic TOPSIS
The right to food is closely related to the parent-child relationship and constitutes a right of the children and an obligation of the parents. Ecuadorian regulations seek to guarantee studies even when their children become adults and need to continue their academic training. University students are often forced to abandon their studies due to a lack of economic incentives. The objective of this study is to determine the factors that affect the right to education of students when they reach the age of majority and the negative effects caused by the suspension of alimony. As a result, it is obtained using the neutrosophic TOPSIS method to propose the implementation of legal reforms to extend alimony up to 24 years of age.
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