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the university as a commune

The university – commune

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Paola Carrera and Fernando Solórzano (Editors)

In this new book we return to the challenge of deepening the task to the point of imagining the university formed by commoner university students. It is a turn, a new place from which to name and reconsider community management and action from a sense of co-responsability for the commons that we must guarantee so that the common project prevails and achieves long-term self-sustainability. This is what the seven articles in this book are about, which calls into question what ir means for the university to be and act according to economic principles and logics (giving, receiving, undertaking), social (distribution of roles and benefits) and policies (agreements, consensus, participation and assignment of responsibilities) of the commune. The institutional dimension is important but the vitality, the sense of belonging and the profound strength of the Salesian university project depend much more on the commons logic. We are convinced that, in order to take on this project, it is necessary to transcend institutional, business logic and state regulations. Therefore, the university-commune is the way and, perhaps, the only one possible

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Introduction
The university: a commune of citizens 
Dr. Javier Herrán Gómez, sdb, Dr. José Enrique Juncosa Blasco
Introduction
The re-birth of the common
Protecting Nature’s goods
Ensure the universal wide-spreading of knowledge
Exit market competitiveness
The Internet: a common good and decision-making context on the commons
Conclusions.
Citizens’ organization for the management of the Commons
The Commune: Management of the Commons
The Commune: a change towards collaboration
The context of the commune
Values of the collective management of goods
Rules of the Commune
Conclusions
The university, a commune of collaborative apprenticeship
The University as Producers of Commons
Communal systems applied to the UPS
Collaboration and consensus
Self-governance in the UPS
Conclusions
Bibliography
Communication-knowledge in the university-commune
Dr. Juan Pablo Salgado, Dr. Javier Herrán Gómez
The common interest knowledge of the university-commune
The communication tool of knowledge exchange for the organization-commune
Communication as an exchange
Knowledge-Organization Relationship
Knowledge-communication relationship
Bibliography
Non-commercial economic logic of the university-commune
Dr. Juan Pablo Salgado, Dr. Javier Herrán Gómez
Social action, economic action and political action for the Common Good
The socio-political-economic action of the commune: between commodification and sustainability
Economic strategies for the university community
Non-monetary production strategies: reciprocity and redistribution
Managing diversity and redundancy: diversified production
The management of hierarchies-heterarchies
The relationship between comuneros and the common pool resource
The social and political organization
Access to socio-productive resources
Knowledge management
The social organization of work
The result: the communal-university complex
Bibliography
The environment of the university commune: a human development enhancer 
Bernardo Salgado Guerrero, Paola Carrera Hidalgo
Introduction
The educational environment-a common
place-that enhances capabilities
The Salesian education: the environment-oratorio
The UPS-Commune
ASU groups
University Pastoral
Outreach work (links with Society)
Educational Innovation Groups
Research Groups
Co-working/StartUPS
Competitions between the UPS and the young university comuneros
Conclusion
Bibliography
Comparison of values in the communication of the communes
Dr. Javier Herrán Gómez, Est. Anahí Morandi, Dr. Ángel Torres-Toukoumidis, Dr. Juan Pablo Salgado
Introduction
Experiences of Communication in Communes
Three communities on the outskirts of Medellín, Colombia
Yamagishi Toyosato community, Japan
Communes of Cayambe and Pedro Moncayo, Ecuador
Communities Ife-Tedo, Ila-Orangun, Igbara-Oke, Oka-Akoko, Aiyetoro and Ijebu-Ife, Nigeria
Shared principles of communication in the communes.
Conclusions
Bibliography
From university student associationism and student undertakings to the Polytechnic Salesian University-Commune
José Enrique Juncosa, Daniela Moreno, Karla Altamirano Chingay, Paula Salazar Costa
Synthesis
Introduction. Minimum theoretical exploration and Salesian university associationism at the Salesian Polytechnic University-Quito Headquarters  UPS Salesian University Association – Quito
Student perceptions of participation in ASU groups
Systematization of survey results
Brief comments
Narratives of experiences in ASU groups and student ventures
Narrative of the ASU Utopia group. Daniela Moreno’s Testimony
Narratives of an experience in the StartUPS co-working. Testimonies of Paula Salazar Costa and Karla Altamirano about their student entrepreneurship
Conclusions
Bibliography
The common in higher education: a conceptual approach
Krystian Szadkowski
Introduction
Political ontology
The common good, the commons, and the common in higher education: a systematization
Ontology
Politics
Ownership
Governance
Benefits
Finance
The common and the public
The relevance of the common for higher education research
Bibliography

Información adicional

Peso 300 g
Dimensiones 15 × 21 cm
ISBN

978-9978-10-387-6

Título

The university – commune

Subtítulo

The centrality of community action in the management model and practices of Universities

Autor

Paola Carrera and Fernando Solórzano (Editors)

Edición

Primera

Año

2019

Páginas

242

Coeditor

Universidad Politécnica Salesiana

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