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Contrary to international accounting bodies' calls for the adoption of learner-centred approaches in accounting education, several recent studies (e.g. May et al., 1995; Adler and Milne, Accounting Education: an International Journal 6 (2), 1997) and further survey-based evidence from this paper...
Research shows that introductory accounting students have many stereotypical negative perceptions of accounting and that negative perceptions are often created or reinforced in introductory accounting courses. Since stereotypes influence career choice, courses supporting unrealistic perceptions...
The increasing number of master's degrees in accounting as well as specialist MBA's mean that an understanding of research methods is now an important part of the toolkit of accounting educators. In the literature there has been an increasing interest in qualitative accounting research. Whilst...
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