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Social learning as a requirement for rural development: The connectivity of Salinas, San Luis Potosí

E.T.S.I. Montes (UPM)
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  • Sociología
  • Geografía
  • Design
  • Ecology


It is postulated that communities using social learning on rural planning will achieve sustainable development. The construction of roads integrates geographic spaces and it is a requirement for competitiveness and development of the communities. In Mexico, the construction of roads and its improvement use existing ways originated by the transfer of cattle or the pathways drawn over past times, without considering any municipal or local development plan. One looked for to define a reference frame on the importance of the ways, first in Mexico, the state of San Luis Potosí and the behavior of investment in the municipality of Salinas de Hidalgo, San Luis Potosí and to outline an intervention method that allows to design criteria for the decision in the road construction using like planning tool the social learning. Any alternative of road selection it is desirable that should include local actors weighting their needs along with the technical criteria as well under an IPMA competence baseline scheme

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