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Diagnosis of the Factors Involved in Apathy in Students in Industrial Engineering

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Diagnosis of the Factors Involved in Apathy in Students in Industrial Engineering

Romero Arellano Silvia | Chávez Hernández Noemí | González Torres Arturo | Mendoza Montero Fátima Y. Y | Medina Molina Yearim

Romero Arellano Silvia | Chávez Hernández Noemí | González Torres Arturo | Mendoza Montero Fátima Y. Y | Medina Molina Yearim "Diagnosis of the Factors Involved in Apathy in Students in Industrial Engineering" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | 2nd International Congress of Engineering , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5825.pdf

The present research presents the results obtained from a study carried out at a university located in Mexico City, regarding apathy. A 95% reliability and 5% error were used in the study. For the analysis a questionnaire was adapted, this instrument was proposed by Lopez and Sánchez (2010). As a result, the objective of research was achieved, the first cause of apathy in young people is the content of the subject and the teacher who teaches his subject. In addition, it was reached to know that students have more apathy are those of algebra and probability and statistics. In addition, approximately 35% of the students surveyed indicated that they chose to study this course because they had not stayed in the university they wanted.

Apathy, causes, reliability


Special Issue | 2nd International Congress of Engineering , October 2017

2456-6470

IJTSRD5825