Pau­li­na Mar­tí­nez-Isidro

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Calle 71, Num 267. Floresta Residencial. Mérida, Yucatán. México CP97306

paulina.martinez[at]correo.uady[dot]mx

+52 1 999 173 1829


In­sti­tu­te


PhD Pro­ject Tit­le

The Philosophical Thought of The Mayan People on the Productive Processes of the Solar


Ab­stract of PhD The­sis

The philosophical thought of the Mayan people on the productive processes of the Mayan solar (home garden). The research has been developed in Yaxunah a rural village in Yucatán, México, a Mayan community and it was conducted by 86 interviews, face to face with inhabitants, particularly woman who are the “local culture” of the solar responsible. The research has the focus on the grounded theory methodology in order to identify the real forms of production on the solar, actors and indicators. Now, the field work is done, and the research is on-going through the qualitative analysis step. (According with the UADY’s PhD program). The PhD thesis is highly related to decent work: the women activities and social responsibility into the solar Maya: grow and harvest different crops, plants, trees as well poultries. The solar production contributes to the family food security and self-consumption, also the activities made by woman is consider knowledge heritage among daughters and sons, and the knowledge transmission form grandparents to sons. Expected results are that Mayan philosophical thought on the productive processes are over public policy programs, non-governmental organizations (NGO’s) even religious beliefs, the Mayan ancestral knowledge: Moon phases, rain, solar energy, food for all, gods, wild animals, family, pests, and return to the earth (soil), that is, total production does not have a utilitarian vision and is for everyone, contrary to a utilitarian vision of the capitalist model.


Su­per­vi­sor


Are­as of In­te­rest

Social indicators of production, social costs of projects, applications of grounded theory and rural studies


Edu­ca­tio­nal Back­ground

2009-2022PhD Candidate in Social Sciences, at University Autonomous of Yucatan
2012Master of Science in Business Planning and Regional Development, Technological Institute of Merida (IT-Mérida)
2005Bachelor of industrial engineering, Technological Institute of Merida, Yucatan

 


Pro­fes­sio­nal Ex­pe­ri­ence

2007-presentFull time professor in Facultad Ingeniería Química, UADY
2010-2016Coordinator of the Master program in Operations Administration / master’s in strategic Operations Engineering at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering, UADY
2010-2016Coordinator of the Manufacturing Process Simulation Laboratory of the Faculty of Chemical Engineering
2010-2016Coordinator of the Graduate Monitoring Program of the Faculty of Chemical Engineering, UADY

 


Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons

Optimal ecodesign selection for biodiesel production in biorefineries through multicriteria decision-making". Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. Luisa Andrea González Cruz, Luis Fernando Morales Mendoza, Alberto Alfonso Aguilar Lasserre, Catherine Azzaro Pantel, Paulina Martínez Isidro, Ramiro Meza Palacios. Published 2021.

Analysis of the knowledge and use of ICT in the transfer of goods in Mérida, Yucatán. Engineering Academic Magazine. José Manuel Coop Abreu, Paulina Martínez Isidro, Rene López Flores, Luis Fernando Morales Mendoza. Published 2021.

The maya solar through the structural changes of the mexican economy. Revista del centro de graduados e Investigación. Paulina Martinez Isidro. Artículo en revista. Published 2020.

Collection development in a university library using data mining. Bibliotecological Research Magazine: archivonomy, librarianship and information. Carlos Antonio Pacheco Gómez, Luis Fernando Morales Mendoza, Paulina Martínez Isidro, Rene Lopez Flores. Published 2019.

Program for the control of polluting emissions from mobile sources. Case study: vehicle park of the City of Mérida, Yucatán.Rene López Flores, Paulina Martínez Isidro, Jesús Alberto Barrón Zambrano. Technical report 2018.