Análise dos fatores que influenciam os níveis de confiança dos residentes do Quirguistão, usando análise de rede neural

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/1518-2924.2023.e93526

Palavras-chave:

Quirguistão ODA, Confiança, Análise de redes neurais

Resumo

Objetivo: O Quirguistão, localizado na Ásia Central, é um país que tem uma forte vontade de alcançar o desenvolvimento nacional. O objetivo deste estudo é medir os níveis de confiança dos residentes locais, fator de grande importância para o desenvolvimento nacional, e apresentar sugestões para a sua melhoria. Para esse fim, o principal meio empregado é atingir os residentes do Quirguistão e medir os níveis de confiança que eles têm uns nos outros.

Método: O estudo usa dados relativos a projetos de ajuda para o desenvolvimento rural que a Organização Internacional de Bons Vizinhos da Coréia (GNI) está realizando em conjunto no Quirguistão, juntamente com a Agência de Cooperação Internacional da Coréia (KOICA), um provedor de ajuda coreana. Para realizar o projeto de ajuda ao Quirguistão, essas organizações realizaram uma pesquisa de base na fase inicial, e os resultados desse estudo foram usados para análise. No que diz respeito ao método analítico usado neste estudo, a análise de redes neurais foi empregada para os dados da pesquisa por questionário de 583 pessoas no Quirguistão, que foi usada para a pesquisa de linha de base.

Resultados: A análise de redes neurais, um componente do método de análise de big data, tem estado recentemente no centro das atenções acadêmicas. A análise revelou que a etnia teve a maior influência nos níveis de confiança dos residentes do Quirguistão, seguida por gênero e nível educacional, nessa ordem.

Conclusões: A partir disso, pode-se ver que são necessários esforços multifacetados para aumentar os níveis de confiança de pessoas que não são de etnia quirguiz, pois ocupam uma posição central no Quirguistão.

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Biografia do Autor

Young-Chool Choi, Chungbuk National University

Highest academic degree: PhD. University, Departament, City, Country: Chungbuk National University,  Department of Public Administration, Cheongju City, South Korea.

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2023-05-17

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CHOI, Young-Chool. Análise dos fatores que influenciam os níveis de confiança dos residentes do Quirguistão, usando análise de rede neural. Encontros Bibli: revista eletrônica de biblioteconomia e ciência da informação, [S. l.], v. 28, p. 1–17, 2023. DOI: 10.5007/1518-2924.2023.e93526. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/eb/article/view/93526. Acesso em: 14 jun. 2024.

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