Disciplinary and Departmental Effects on Observations of Faculty and Graduate Student Misconduct

TitleDisciplinary and Departmental Effects on Observations of Faculty and Graduate Student Misconduct
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1994
AuthorsAnderson, MS, Louis, KS, Earle, J
JournalThe Journal of Higher Education
Volume65
Pagination331-350
Publication Languageeng
AbstractThis article investigates doctoral students' experiences with misconduct in academic departments. Through a hierarchical linear analysis it examines the effects of departmental structure, departmental climate, and academic discipline on three forms of misconduct: research, employment, and personal. Data from this study are drawn from a nationwide survey of two thousand graduate students in chemistry, civil engineering, microbiology, and sociology.
NotesOhio State University Press ArticleType: primary_article / Issue Title: Special Issue: Perspectives on Research Misconduct / Full publication date: May - Jun., 1994 / Copyright © 1994 Ohio State University Press
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