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Results of work and confrontation strategies of teachers from the new colombian public management

By Eliana Yulieth Quiroz González, Juan Diego Vallejo Ocampo and Wilman Antonio Rodríguez Castellanos


This article shows how the new labor policies in Colombia, within the framework of the neoliberal model, generate a panorama of uncertainty in education professionals who must use different confrontation strategies to minimize the stress produced by the factors of psychosocial risk to which they are exposed. Objective: To describe and interpret the results of the work and their relationship with the confrontation strategies in teachers, from the current parameters of the Colombian public management. Methodology: This is a qualitative-descriptive research of interpretative type. Findings: Working conditions in Colombia are increasingly precarious. Teachers are exposed to professional circumstances that affect their quality of life and increase their stress levels. Facing this scenario, the most used confrontation strategies are: conformism, positive reevaluation, search for alternatives and aggressive reaction

Topics: ducation, stress, confrontation strategies, globalization, neoliberalism, job results, Education, L
Publisher: Universidad de Caldas
Year: 2017
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