Study of the Role of the Teacher Woman as Researcher and Manager of the Peruvian University using an Indeterminate Likert Scale
Keywords:Gender equity, gender policies, professional profile, Indeterminate Likert Scale, Neutrosophy
This paper analyzes the role of the university women in teaching, from their participation as a researcher and manager in public and private universities in Peru, assuming commitments and tangible actions to achieve the institutionalization, strengthening, increasing and promotion of women in more activities, including the management of academic and research institutions. More than 50% of university students are women. Of the total teaching positions, only a third of them are occupied by women in private universities and a fifth in public universities. Access to university government follows this elusive trend for women. The table of researchers in the Scientific National registration and of Technological Innovation in Peru about the role of women presents a very positive reading, however, it is concluded that social, economic and cultural barriers are still strong that hinder gender equality. Achieving greater intervention and commitment from women requires a reflective and critical attitude. This paper aims to study how women and men perceive gender parity in their campuses within the Peruvian university environment through a survey on this topic. For this, we use an Indeterminate Likert Scale, which we prefer over a classic Likert Scale, because it allows us to capture the opinion and sentiment of the respondent in more detail.
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