Redes de apoyo doctoral: características y relaciones con las condiciones de investigación e identidad

Núria Suñe-Soler, Carles Monereo Font

Resumen

Los estudiantes de doctorado colaboran con múltiples personas para afrontar los retos de la trayectoria. En este artículo definimos las Redes de Apoyo Doctoral (RAD) como el grupo de individuos que colabora con el doctorando para superar los problemas y dificultades del doctorado. Nuestro objetivo es explorar las características de este tipo de redes y sus relaciones con las condiciones del programa de doctorado y el desarrollo de la identidad como investigador. Los resultados de nuestro estudio identifican dos tipos de RAD (“distribuidas y activas” versus “reducidas y pasivas”) que manifiestan relaciones significativas con las demás variables de análisis.

Palabras clave

Educación de Postgrado; Apoyo Social; Estudiantes de doctorado; Teoría del Self Dialógico

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