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Rocha, Magda – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 2015
The basis for this longitudinal study was to find the predictors of transferable skills acquisition and portability among university sophomore students. The method employed was the path analysis using as variables: (1) the theoretical framework of transferable skills representations (Evers and Rush in "Manag Learn" 27(4):275-300, 1996;…
Descriptors: Longitudinal Studies, Transfer of Training, College Students, Predictor Variables
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Ramsey, Ursula – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2018
This article describes a scavenger hunt for Business Law students. Specifically, students compete in this scavenger hunt to identify accessible design features on campus to undergird their study of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Title III of the ADA prohibits public accommodations from discriminating on the basis of…
Descriptors: Civil Rights Legislation, Disabilities, Federal Legislation, Law Related Education
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Wengrowicz, Niva; Swart, William; Paul, Ravi; Macleod, Kenneth; Dori, Dov; Dori, Yehudit Judy – American Journal of Distance Education, 2018
Case-based learning is an interactive group learning approach that embodies the principles of Socratic inquiry. It is a common pedagogy used in many disciplines including business, law, and health. With online learning being the fastest growing segment of higher education, case-based learning is also finding its way into online courses. This…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Cooperative Learning, Student Satisfaction, Online Courses
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Thompson, Dale B. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2016
For a long time, courts have considered whether to enforce one-sided arbitration clauses on the grounds of unconscionability. Unconscionability is a legal ground for refusing to enforce a contract that seems to be too one-sided, or one that is the result of unfair bargaining. Recent Supreme Court cases in 2011 and 2013--"AT&T Mobility v.…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), Business Administration Education, Ethics, Arbitration
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Cowart, Tammy W.; Chumney, Wade M. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2011
In today's Internet-based and global business environment, the legal issues companies face will often involve issues of intellectual property. Virtually every product people purchase is protected by a trademark, a patent, and/or copyrights. Thus, basic concepts of intellectual property are a natural component in any business law or legal…
Descriptors: Intellectual Property, Ethics, Laws, International Law
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Fricke, Michael R. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2019
When it comes to the legal issues surrounding alternative dispute resolution (ADR)--specifically mediation and arbitration--the confidential nature of many ADR agreements leaves teachers lacking good examples to illustrate how mediation and arbitration proceedings function. This dearth of examples may contribute to ADR being given short shrift in…
Descriptors: Arbitration, Program Effectiveness, Court Litigation, Teaching Methods
West, Darrell M. – Brookings Institution, 2011
For most of American history, businesses were run to provide livelihoods and "reasonable" profit. In the last few decades, though, business and society in general have moved toward emphasizing profit maximization and individual self-interest. The shift from "reasonable profit" to profit maximization has significant implications…
Descriptors: Course Content, Corporations, Role, Social Structure
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Levin, Murray S. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2010
There are varied approaches to incorporating the subject of ethics in the business school curriculum. The evolving process has included a debate over fundamental matters such as whether all students should be required to take a discrete course in ethics, who should be teaching ethics, and whether ethics can even be taught. The ethics subject…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Law Related Education, Ethics, Textbooks
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Pratap, Kunwar Surya; Gervasis, Mervin Joe; Anand, Milind; Chaturvedi, Kopal; Soni, Mohit; Maitreya – Journal on Educational Psychology, 2020
The theme of the study is to explore the areas of academic stress and depression among law and business students. So many researchers in the fields of behavioral science have carried out extensive research on components of academic stress and other stresses which also shows the impact on students. This research further tries to enlighten each one…
Descriptors: Depression (Psychology), Anxiety, College Seniors, Graduate Students
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Abeysekera, Indra – International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 2015
Student preferences among instructional methods are largely unexplored across the accounting curriculum. The algorithmic rigor of courses and the societal culture can influence these preferences. This study explored students' preferences of instructional methods for learning in six courses of the accounting curriculum that differ in algorithmic…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, Accounting
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Law, Monica; Law, Mark – Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 2018
The purpose of paper was to assess connectedness that students felt in an online MBA course in which they were registered. Effective online instructors know that their students may succeed or fail depending upon many factors. The factors assessed in this study focused on building trust and a sense of connection between the instructor, students,…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Graduate Students, Masters Programs, Business Administration Education
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Roell, Christine – English Teaching Forum, 2019
A case study is a teaching method based on the description of a real or hypothetical situation that requires a solution or action. No analysis is provided, so learners analyze the case themselves to make a decision or produce possible solutions. Case studies have been in use for several decades to train students in business, law, medicine, and…
Descriptors: Case Method (Teaching Technique), Case Studies, English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction
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Evans, Nina; Price, James – Information Research: An International Electronic Journal, 2017
Introduction. Data, information and knowledge together constitute a vital business asset for every organization that enables every business activity, every business process and every business decision. The global legal industry is facing unprecedented change, which inevitably creates challenges for individual law firms. These global changes affect…
Descriptors: Information Management, Lawyers, Organizations (Groups), Interviews
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Terry, Neil; Macy, Anne; Clark, Robin; Sanders, Gary – Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 2015
This paper examines the effect of the e-learning technology of lecture capture on the performance of undergraduate business students in business law, economics, finance, and management courses. The sample consists of 890 student observations at a midsized regional institution located in the Southwestern region of the United States. The dependent…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Lecture Method, Electronic Learning
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Prescott, Peter; Buttrick, Hilary; Skinner, Deborah – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2014
For most professors, dealing with academic integrity issues ranks alongside grading and committee work as one of the most unpopular faculty responsibilities. Confronting the perpetrator can be unpleasant. It can also create significant intangible costs for the accusing professor, not the least of which are stress-induced sleepless nights and a…
Descriptors: Ethics, Peer Influence, College Faculty, Social Influences
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