THE FEASIBLE PROJECT AS A METHODOLOGICAL WAY OF SOLVING ONE'S OWN NEEDS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

Jairo A Cardenas, Jose A Cristancho, Lucy T Useche

Abstract


The present article displays a vision of three active researchers, who in their work and professional experience have directed research projects from the modality of Feasible Project, in which their positions have been imbricated towards research when the purpose is to look for alternative solutions by the operative way, that is to say, solutions in practice. Its scenarios have been diverse, as it has been used for Specialization studies in areas of project management, risk and occupational health, early education, among other postgraduate studies of the different areas of knowledge in Social Sciences. In that order, there has been a transformation of the elucidation of the Feasible Project, which has been presented in this written production, since its incursion as a method has allowed to define with greater precision its scopes, its structuring, its projection and successes in the formative contribution of graduate students.


Keywords


Feasible project; method; resolution; needs; social sciences

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