Measuring Stress in University Settings: Social Challenges of Technology


  • Franyelit Suárez-Carreño
  • Luis Rosales Romero
  • Julio Machaca-Mamani
  • Julio Lujan-Minaya
  • José Manuel Calizaya López


This paper evaluates the different stress situations in university environments, from teachers' perspectives to students' views and their impact on social scenarios. For this purpose, a bibliographic search is carried out to explore those investigations carried out in different social spaces. The main results show that Latin American universities have a higher incidence of stress in teachers and less stress in students. In contrast, universities in European countries mainly present more stress on students and less stress on teachers. Furthermore, it reveals that the student demands for improving academic quality occur with greater emphasis in non-Latin countries.