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Global Media Journal ; 21(62):1-3, 2023.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2323191


Keywords: Agenda;Framing;Social representations;Expectations;Computer Introduction The development of research projects often requires the competition of computers, software and data analysis techniques, but the acceptance, appropriation and intensive use of them presents limitations in terms of utility and risk expectations [1]. Some explanatory models of human capital formation suggest that the formation of talent or intellectual capital in intangible assets of organizations is due to habitus [3]. [...]the predictive models of the social representations of these determinants have not been observed in the explanation of the relations with the intensive use of technologies, devices and electronic networks. [...]the objective of the present work was to establish the academic link relative to the social representations of computer computers, considering the dimensions of the organizational, educational and cognitive models. Methodology A documentary, retrospective and exploratory study was carried out with a selection of sources indexed to international repositories Table 1, considering the indexing period from 2019 to 2021, as well as the search by allusive keywords for negative (stigma, risk, rejection) and positive (utility, acceptance, appropriation) (Table 1) Content analysis and opinion matrices were used, considering the inclusion of findings, ratings and comparisons of coded data such as;-1 for negative dimensions (stigma, risk and rejection) and +1 for positive dimensions (utility, acceptance and appropriation) The qualitative data analysis package was used, considering equation (1) in which the contingency relations and the proportions of probabilities of taking risks in permissible thresholds of human capital formation stand out The contrast of the null hypotheses was made from the estimation of these parameters.

Health Science Journal ; 17(4):1-4, 2023.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2313416


Theory of Intellectual Capital The principles that g=uide the rational choice lie in the tastes and preferences crystallizing objectives of the actors (Sanchez, 2020). [...]before taking any decision binding preferences strategies, achieve collect information that will determine the election. Studies of Intellectual Capital If rational choice is brewing from preferences based on information available to determine tastes and objectives, the prospective attitude suggests that the absence of information creates uncertainty that determines risk aversion or waiver of certain gains and risk appetite when losses are imminent. [...]the utility, benefit or happiness crystallizes into losses or gains, circumventing the process of rational choice and legitimizing an irrational choice. [...]a prospective is more than a decision lies in attitude and expectation of risk or certainty to gains and losses in the immediate future. [...]an overview of the environment, their demands and opportunities conducive categories of accessible and abundant availability of information that will influence a spendthrift behavior such as believing that jobs, wages and financial credits significantly increase (Moreno, 2019).