Return to face-to-face: Attitudes of Peruvian university students towards learning and post-health crisis

Edson Jorge Huaire Inacio*, Angela María Herrera Álvarez, Luis Enrique Sifuentes De la Cruz, Maura Natalia Alfaro Saavedra

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Attitudes are formed from internal and external conditions in which the person interacts, therefore, they can be positive or negative and affect their performance in the educational field, in this context, the research is carried out whose objective is to analyze the association that exists between the predisposition for learning and the attitudes that a group of 444 Peruvian students present towards the health crisis caused by COVID-19. The study was developed under a basic type and correlational design, as data collection instruments two questionnaires were used: the Questionnaire for the evaluation of attitudes towards learning of university students and the scale of attitude to confinement. The results show that the students present a regular predisposition to learn, while the attitude towards the health crisis is positive. Regarding the association between the variables, it is direct significant, that is, the better the students’ predisposition to learn, the attitude towards confinement also improves. Consequently, it is concluded that, despite the difficulties suffered because of the pandemia, students continue to persevere academically in order to achieve their professional goals.

Translated title of the contributionRetorno a la presencialidad: Actitudes de los universitarios peruanos hacia el aprendizaje y pos-crisis sanitaria
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)187-196
Number of pages10
JournalRevista de Ciencias Sociales
Issue numberESPECIAL 7
StatePublished - 2023
Externally publishedYes


  • Predisposition towards learning
  • attitude
  • deep learning
  • health crisis
  • taste for work


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