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Bergman, Jacqueline Z.; Westerman, James W.; Bergman, Shawn M.; Westerman, Jennifer; Daly, Joseph P. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
We investigate the relationships between narcissism, materialism, and environmental ethics in undergraduate business students. Data were collected from business students (n = 405) at an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business-accredited business school at a comprehensive state university. Results indicate that narcissism has an…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students, State Universities, Psychological Patterns
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Westerman, James W.; Bergman, Jacqueline Z.; Bergman, Shawn M.; Daly, Joseph P. – Journal of Management Education, 2012
The authors investigate whether narcissism levels are significantly higher in undergraduate business students than psychology students, whether business schools are reinforcing narcissism in the classroom, and whether narcissism is influencing student salary and career expectations. Data were collected from Millennial students (n = 536) and…
Descriptors: College Students, Majors (Students), Psychology, Business Administration Education
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Westerman, James W.; Westerman, Jennifer Hughes – Journal of Management Education, 2009
This article examines the potential of the social protest novel as a teaching tool in the management classroom. It suggests that the social protest novel provides a uniquely powerful medium in that it effectively captures the student's imagination and interest with an engrossing narrative, personalizes the importance of management issues and…
Descriptors: Activism, Novels, Instructional Materials, Administrator Education
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Westerman, James W.; Nowicki, Margaret Dawn; Plante, David – Journal of Management Education, 2002
A study of 171 students in management classes taught by 3 professors found that the congruence between student and professor personalities was a significant predictor of student performance. Significant predictors of satisfaction were (1) congruence between students' ideal class and the actual environment and (2) congruence between student values…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Business Administration Education, Classroom Environment, Congruence (Psychology)