IMPACTO DE LA GEORREFERENCIACIÓN COLABORATIVA DE ACTOS DELICTIVOS EN EL CIUDADANO COMÚN BASADA EN EL MODELO DE ACEPTACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA

Resumen

La participación de la sociedad a través del uso de herramientas colaborativas ha permitido implementar modelos eficientes de recuperación y de gestión de información pública. Instituciones públicas y privadas han recibido retroalimentación importante de su gestión con este tipo de información. Sin embargo, no se ha encontrado ningún estudio sobre la cuantificación de la aceptación de las herramientas de software que gestionen información de delitos georreferenciados desde un enfoque colaborativo por parte del ciudadano. El objetivo de este trabajo es validar la aceptación tecnológica de aplicaciones que georreferencien delitos. Se ha implementado un prototipo web para georreferenciar los datos proporcionados por las víctimas de actos delictivos. El prototipo de la aplicación fue validado por un grupo de 122 estudiantes universitarios que fueron víctimas directa o indirectamente de algún delito, a través del Modelo de Aceptación de Tecnología. Los resultados se interpretaron con la ayuda del análisis de correlación de Kendall Tau-b donde se obtuvieron valores de correlación positiva altamente significativos.

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Hernán Naranjo-Avalos, Universidad Técnica de Ambato
Docente Investigador de la Universidad Técnica de Ambato
Félix Fernández-Peña, Universidad Técnica de Ambato
Docente Investigador de la Universidad Técnica de Ambato
Pilar Urrutia-Urrutia, Universidad Técnica de Ambato
Docente Investigador de la Universidad Técnica de Ambato
Orlando Cholota-Morocho, Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica
Docente Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica

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2019-09-26
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Naranjo-Avalos, H., Fernández-Peña, F., Urrutia-Urrutia, P., & Cholota-Morocho, O. (2019). IMPACTO DE LA GEORREFERENCIACIÓN COLABORATIVA DE ACTOS DELICTIVOS EN EL CIUDADANO COMÚN BASADA EN EL MODELO DE ACEPTACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA. CIENCIA UNEMI, 12(31), 83-94. Recuperado a partir de http://ojs.unemi.edu.ec/index.php/cienciaunemi/article/view/978
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