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Kohlfeld, Xiafei Xue; Lutz, David J.; Boon, Austin T. – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Although the advising literature has emphasized the importance of good academic advising, there has been little emphasis on ethical issues. NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising provides Core Values to guide ethical behavior. This study used an experimental design to examine perspectives of ethical behavior among faculty, staff, and…
Descriptors: Ethics, Faculty Advisers, Motivation, Academic Advising
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Ruiz, Ana; Warchal, Judith; You, Di – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Ethics education is an important goal in higher education overall. It is not clear how well psychology programs are meeting this goal. The American Psychology Association's "Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major" (APA 2013) were created to support high-quality education in psychology. The Guidelines focus on five goals…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Undergraduate Study, Psychology, Undergraduate Students
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Sethy, Satya Sundar – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Responsible conduct of research and ethical publishing practices are debatable issues in the higher education literature. The literature suggests that 'authorship disputes' are associated with multi-author paper publication and linked to ethical publishing practices. A few research studies argue authorship matters of a multi-author paper…
Descriptors: Ethics, Publishing Industry, Research, Responsibility
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Surmiak, Adrianna – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Confidentiality represents a core principle of research ethics and forms a standard practice in social research. However, what should a researcher do if they learn about illegal activities or harm during the research process? Few systematic studies consider researchers' attitudes and reactions in such situations. This paper analyzes this issue on…
Descriptors: Confidentiality, Ethics, Social Science Research, Researchers
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Corlett, J. Angelo – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
This article presents philosophical-ethical arguments concerning the extent to which NCAA inter-collegiate ("American" or U.S.) football is a public good and some implausible implications of the claim that it constitutes a public good and ought to be publicly subsidized as part of a component of U.S. higher education generally as is…
Descriptors: College Athletics, Team Sports, Responsibility, Ethics
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Ives, Bob; Giukin, Lenuta – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
A total of 1390 university students from five public Moldovan universities completed a survey reporting their experiences and beliefs with respect to 22 types of academic misconduct. An interpretable five-factor solution to the frequencies of these behaviors accounted for more than half of the total variance. The two most reliable predictors were…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Behavior Patterns, Predictor Variables, Public Colleges
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Tindall, Isabeau K.; Curtis, Guy J. – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Higher education students experience high rates of negative emotions such as stress, anxiety, and depression. Although emotions are known to influence attitudes per se, previous research has not examined how emotionality may relate to attitudes toward plagiarism. This study sought to examine how positive and negative emotionality relates to…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Emotional Response, Negative Attitudes, Positive Attitudes
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Moore, Erja – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
All higher education institutions in Finland are committed to following the guidelines of good scientific practice and procedures to handle allegations of misconduct compiled by the Finnish Advisory Board on Research Integrity. However, there is no research available in what way institutions follow these guidelines. This article analyses the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Plagiarism, Masters Theses
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Khan, Zeenath Reza; Hemnani, Priyanka; Raheja, Sanjana; Joshy, Jefin – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Contract cheating is a growing menace that most academic institutions are grappling with globally. With governments now taking steps to help combat the industry and ban such services, it is also important to encourage students to stay away from such services through proactive strategies to raise awareness so that students stop using such services.…
Descriptors: College Students, Contracts, Cheating, Integrity
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Henning, Marcus; Alyami, Mohsen; Melyani, Zeyad; Alyami, Hussain; Al Mansour, Ali – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Establishing a reliable and valid measure of academic integrity that can be used in higher education institutions across the world is a challenging and ambitious task. However, solving this issue will likely have major ramifications for understanding dishonest action. It also enables the development of a standardised measure that can be used to…
Descriptors: Questionnaires, Test Construction, Construct Validity, Test Reliability
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Chankova, Mariya – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Student plagiarism and cheating have been at the focus of scholarly investigations for over two decades now, the discussion being conducted on the backdrop of the question of whether traditional didactics is suitable for Google generation students who supposedly think and process information differently. Using data collected via start-of-term…
Descriptors: Integrity, Cheating, Plagiarism, Ethics
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Lancaster, Thomas – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Contract cheating services are marketing to students at discipline level, using increasingly sophisticated techniques. The discipline level reach of these services has not been widely considered in the academic integrity literature. Much of the academic understanding of contract cheating is not discipline specific, but the necessary solutions to…
Descriptors: Cheating, Intellectual Disciplines, Higher Education, Foreign Countries
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Johnson, Clare; Davies, Ross – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Contract cheating is a major problem in Higher Education because it is very difficult to detect using traditional plagiarism detection tools. Digital forensics techniques are already used in law to determine ownership of documents, and also in criminal cases, where it is not uncommon to hide information and images within an ordinary looking…
Descriptors: Crime, Technology Uses in Education, Cheating, Educational Technology
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Mabou Tagne, Alex; Cassina, Niccolò; Furgiuele, Alessia; Storelli, Elisa; Cosentino, Marco; Marino, Franca – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Research misconduct (RM) is an alarming concern worldwide, and especially in Italy, where there is no formal training of young researchers in responsible research practices. The main aim of this study was to map the perceptions and attitudes about RM in a sample of young researchers attending a one-week intensive course on methodology, ethics and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethics, Student Research, Researchers
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Kamzola, Laima; Anohina-Naumeca, Alla – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
There are many internationally developed text-matching software systems that help successfully identify potentially plagiarized content in English texts using both their internal databases and web resources. However, many other languages are not so widely spread but they are used daily to communicate, conduct research and acquire education. Each…
Descriptors: Indo European Languages, Computer Software, Plagiarism, Identification
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