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Faculty responses to academic dishonesty: The influence of student honor codes

Faculty responses to academic dishonesty: The influence of student honor codes Cheating among college students has generally been studied from a student perspective. The research discussed here looks at student cheating from a faculty perspective. Utilizing the responses of 789 faculty members at 16 institutions located throughout the United States, it examines typical faculty responses to incidents of student cheating and how the presence of a student honor code influences faculty responses. These findings are compared to student perspectives on how faculty address incidents of cheating using data collected from over 3,000 students at the same 16 institutions in an earlier phase of this research project. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Higher Education Springer Journals

Faculty responses to academic dishonesty: The influence of student honor codes

Research in Higher Education , Volume 34 (5) – Dec 30, 2004

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Publisher
Springer Journals
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Subject
Education; Higher Education
ISSN
0361-0365
eISSN
1573-188X
DOI
10.1007/BF00991924
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Abstract

Cheating among college students has generally been studied from a student perspective. The research discussed here looks at student cheating from a faculty perspective. Utilizing the responses of 789 faculty members at 16 institutions located throughout the United States, it examines typical faculty responses to incidents of student cheating and how the presence of a student honor code influences faculty responses. These findings are compared to student perspectives on how faculty address incidents of cheating using data collected from over 3,000 students at the same 16 institutions in an earlier phase of this research project.

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Research in Higher EducationSpringer Journals

Published: Dec 30, 2004

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