Faculty and Student Classroom Influences on Academic Dishonesty

TitleFaculty and Student Classroom Influences on Academic Dishonesty
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsBroeckelman-Post, MA
JournalIEEE Transactions on Education
Volume51
Issue2
Pagination206-211
Type of ArticleArticle
Publication Languageeng
ISSN Number00189359
Accession Number32522594
KeywordsAcademic , CHEATING , classroom , education , ENGINEERING , LITERARY , Misconduct , plagiarism
AbstractThis study examined the influence that faculty and students have on academic dishonesty. Results showed that instructors who employ more safeguards against academic dis- honesty and who discuss plagiarism, collaboration, and source attribution are more likely to observe students engaging in academic dishonesty behaviors. This study also found that students are less likely to report engaging in serious plagiarism if the instructor spends time discussing plagiarism and are more likely to believe that copying sentences is a serious form of academic dishonesty if the instructor discusses source attribution.
NotesBroeckelman-Post, Melissa A. 1; Email Address: mb128405@ohio.edu; Affiliation: 1: Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701 USA; Source Info: May2008, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p206; Subject Term: EDUCATION -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: PLAGIARISM; Subject Term: CHEATING (Education); Subject Term: LITERARY ethics; Subject Term: CLASSROOM activities; Author-Supplied Keyword: Academic honesty; Author-Supplied Keyword: cheating; Author-Supplied Keyword: classroom practices; Author-Supplied Keyword: engineering education; Author-Supplied Keyword: plagiarism; Number of Pages: 6p; Illustrations: 4 Charts; Document Type: Article
DOI10.1109/te.2007.910428
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