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The United States and Peru in the 2000s
Methodology for selection of sustainability criteria: A case of social housing in Peru
(Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2018)
In Peru, the appearance of the MiVivienda Sostenible Bonus has brought to light the concern for sustainability in social housing, and this issue should be understood with a perspective of the satisfaction of the users’ ...
Using decision trees for improving AEH courses
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
Adaptive educational hypermedia systems (AEHS) seek to make easier the learning process for each student by providing each one (potentially) different educative contents, customized according to the student’s needs and ...
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003)
In Peru, there were clear signs of what can be considered the origins of our current cooperative organizations. The most important precedent found in Peru was the presence of pre-inca institutions strongly rooted in the ...
The impact of mfinance initiatives in the global south: a review of the literature
After more than two decades of research on technological interventions in the transition to information societies, the burgeoning of mobile phones in developing countries has shifted the information and communication ...
Fostering Social Change in Peru Through Communication: The Case of the Manuani Miners Association
(Springer Nature., 2020)
Much has been done to formalize miners in Peru; since its inception in 2006 the Ministry of Environment passed laws to align mining policies with international standards. However, the combination of the necessity to have ...
Additive and synergistic perceived risk of crime: A multilevel longitudinal study in Peru
(Taylor and Francis., 2017)
In Criminology, fear of crime has been by and large a more common object of study than perceived risk of crime. Both concepts seem to be highly related. After all, they share theories (LaGrange, Ferraro, and Supanic 1992), ...
Against the current: Striving for ethical ecotourism
(Taylor and Francis, 2007)
Ironically, nature as the main component of ecotourism, its reliance and benefits, is often compromised. The richest and most sensitive pristine areas are generally located in distantand difficult to reach world regions ...