A Trialist Perspective of the Labor Inclusion of Indigenous People in Ecuador through PESTEL and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps
Keywords:labor inclusion, indigenous people, trialism, PESTEL analysis, neutrosophic cognitive maps
The purpose of this research was to determine from a trialist perspective what factors currently affect the labor inclusion of people from indigenous cultures in Ecuadorian society and to propose strategies for their mitigation. A broad and generic analysis is carried out to assess whether the norms and the social reality evident in the country effectively adhere to each other. We used a fusion of PESTEL method and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps, since during the mathematical exercise that endorses the analysis, indeterminacy is incorporated into the modeling of the causal relationships between the factors analyzed. Finally, the figure of indigenous labor inclusion is declared as an unfinished topic. Therefore, the priority factor to consider is the establishment of policies favoring the employment of indigenous people. As a solution, this paper ends with the proposal of compliant strategies to promote improvements in this area.
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