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dc.contributor.advisorTenório, Fernando Guilherme
dc.contributor.authorCosta, Jhonathan Cavalcante da
dc.date.accessioned2018-12-10T13:00:20Z
dc.date.available2018-12-10T13:00:20Z
dc.date.issued2018-06-28
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10438/25764
dc.description.abstractO objetivo desta pesquisa foi analisar a transparência no contexto da descentralização orçamentária da Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (Ufes) sob a perspectiva da participação cidadã. Adotaram-se metodologias de naturezas qualitativa e quantitativa, constituindo-se uma triangulação de métodos (JICK, 1979). Foi realizado um estudo de caso com foco no processo decisório dos centros acadêmicos da Ufes localizados na capital do Estado. Os dados foram coletados por meio de survey, entrevistas semiestruturadas e pesquisa documental. A survey contou com enunciados adaptados para escala Likert (1932), com base nos critérios de análise de processos decisórios sob a perspectiva da cidadania deliberativa (TENÓRIO, 2012). Os respectivos dados foram tratados por meio de regressão linear múltipla, análise fatorial exploratória e modelagem de equações estruturais (HAIR JUNIOR, 2017), além de análise descritiva. Os dados qualitativos coletados na aplicação da survey, assim como as transcrições das entrevistas, foram tratados por meio de análise de conteúdo (BARDIN, 1977). A interpretação dos resultados demonstrou que os critérios propostos são adequados à análise da transparência no contexto universitário. Além de um modelo estrutural que representa relação causal positiva da transparência e da participação sobre o processo deliberativo, foi desenvolvido um modelo estrutural que demonstra, por exemplo, que o processo deliberativo é mais bem avaliado pelos docentes, em relação aos técnicos-administrativos, devido à diferença de percepção, quanto à transparência e participação, entre esses segmentos da comunidade acadêmica.por
dc.description.abstractThe objective of this research was to analyze the transparency in the context of budgetary decentralization of Federal University of Espírito Santo (Ufes) from the perspective of citizen participation. The research adopts methodologies of qualitative and quantitative nature, triangulation in action (JICK, 1979). We conducted a case study focusing on the decisionmaking process of Ufes academic centers, located at the State capital. The data were collected through survey, semi-structured interviews and documentary research. The survey had statement adapted to Likert scale (1932), based on the analysis of decision-making criteria’s from the perspective of deliberative citizenship (TENÓRIO, 2012). The data was processed through multiple linear regression, exploratory factor analysis and structural equation modeling (HAIR JUNIOR, 2017) beyond descriptive analysis. The qualitative data collected from the survey, as well as the transcripts of the interviews, were treated through content analysis (BARDIN, 1977). The interpretation of the results has shown that the proposed criteria are suitable to analyze transparency in the University context. In addition to a structural model that represents a positive, causal relationship of transparency and participation on the decisionmaking process, was developed a structural model that demonstrates, for example, that the deliberative process is best evaluated by teachers, in relation to administrative and technical due to the difference in perception, about transparency and participation, between these segments of the academic communityeng
dc.description.abstractThe objective of this research was to analyze the transparency in the context of budgetary decentralization of Federal University of Espírito Santo (Ufes) from the perspective of citizen participation. The research adopts methodologies of qualitative and quantitative nature, triangulation in action (JICK, 1979). We conducted a case study focusing on the decisionmaking process of Ufes academic centers, located at the State capital. The data were collected through survey, semi-structured interviews and documentary research. The survey had statement adapted to Likert scale (1932), based on the analysis of decision-making criteria’s from the perspective of deliberative citizenship (TENÓRIO, 2012). The data was processed through multiple linear regression, exploratory factor analysis and structural equation modeling (HAIR JUNIOR, 2017) beyond descriptive analysis. The qualitative data collected from the survey, as well as the transcripts of the interviews, were treated through content analysis (BARDIN, 1977). The interpretation of the results has shown that the proposed criteria are suitable to analyze transparency in the University context. In addition to a structural model that represents a positive, causal relationship of transparency and participation on the decisionmaking process, was developed a structural model that demonstrates, for example, that the deliberative process is best evaluated by teachers, in relation to administrative and technical due to the difference in perception, about transparency and participation, between these segments of the academic communityeng
dc.language.isopor
dc.subjectTransparênciapor
dc.subjectGestão universitáriapor
dc.subjectParticipação cidadãpor
dc.subjectCidadania deliberativapor
dc.subjectTransparencyeng
dc.subjectUniversity managementeng
dc.subjectCitizen participationeng
dc.subjectDeliberative citizenshipeng
dc.titleTransparência na gestão universitária sob a perspectiva da participação cidadãpor
dc.typeThesiseng
dc.subject.areaEducaçãopor
dc.contributor.unidadefgvEscolas::EBAPEpor
dc.subject.bibliodataUniversidades e faculdades - Administraçãopor
dc.subject.bibliodataPlanejamento educacional - Participação do cidadãopor
dc.degree.date2018-06-28
dc.contributor.memberMotta, Paulo Roberto
dc.contributor.memberCardoso, Ricardo Lopes
dc.contributor.memberWanderley, Sergio Eduardo de Pinho Velho
dc.contributor.memberOliveira, Fátima Bayma de
dc.contributor.memberCarneiro, Teresa Cristina Janes


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