Russian and American college students' attitudes, perceptions and tendencies towards cheating
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IT and Administrative Management
The literature reports that cheating is endemic throughout the USA. However, lacking are international comparative studies that have researched cheating differences at the post-secondary business education level.This study investigates the differences between Russian and American business college students concerning their attitudes, perceptions and tendencies towards academic dishonesty. The study found significant differences between Russian and American college students' behaviours and beliefs about cheating. These findings are important for business educators called to teach abroad or in classes that are increasingly multinational in composition.
Lupton, R. A., & Chaqman, K. J. (2002). Russian and American college students’ attitudes, perceptions and tendencies towards cheating. Educational Research, 44(1), 17–27. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131880110081080
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