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    Development of the Cross-Cultural Academic Integrity Questionnaire - Version 3.Marcus Henning, Mohsen Alyami, Zeyad Melyani, Hussain Alyami & Ali Al Mansour - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):35-53.
    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 assess the efficacy of interventions aimed at enhancing academic integrity that can be administered across regional boundaries and diverse cultural groups. This study has used a combination of (...)
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  2. Development of the Cross-Cultural Academic Integrity Questionnaire - Version 3.Marcus Henning, Mohsen Alyami, Zeyad Melyani, Hussain Alyami & Ali Al Mansour - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):35-53.
    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 assess the efficacy of interventions aimed at enhancing academic integrity that can be administered across regional boundaries and diverse cultural groups. This study has used a combination of (...)
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    Development of the Cross-Cultural Academic Integrity Questionnaire - Version 3.Marcus Henning, Mohsen Alyami, Zeyad Melyani, Hussain Alyami & Ali Al Mansour - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):35-53.
    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 assess the efficacy of interventions aimed at enhancing academic integrity that can be administered across regional boundaries and diverse cultural groups. This study has used a combination of (...)
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    Patterns and Predictors of Academic Dishonesty in Moldovan University Students.Bob Ives & Lenuta Giukin - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):71-88.
    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 1) how often students witnessed other students engage in these behaviors, and 2) perceived acceptability of the behaviors. Demographic predictors of these behaviors predicted minimal variance. Implications and limitations (...)
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  5. Patterns and Predictors of Academic Dishonesty in Moldovan University Students.Bob Ives & Lenuta Giukin - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):71-88.
    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 1) how often students witnessed other students engage in these behaviors, and 2) perceived acceptability of the behaviors. Demographic predictors of these behaviors predicted minimal variance. Implications and limitations (...)
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    Raising Awareness on Contract Cheating –Lessons Learned from Running Campus-Wide Campaigns.Zeenath Reza Khan, Priyanka Hemnani, Sanjana Raheja & Jefin Joshy - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):17-33.
    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. This paper uses a case study approach to capture a time-series data from three years of a university campus’s efforts to raise awareness by celebrating the International (...)
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    Raising Awareness on Contract Cheating –Lessons Learned from Running Campus-Wide Campaigns.Zeenath Reza Khan, Priyanka Hemnani, Sanjana Raheja & Jefin Joshy - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):17-33.
    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. This paper uses a case study approach to capture a time-series data from three years of a university campus’s efforts to raise awareness by celebrating the International (...)
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    Inconsistent Responses to Notifications of Suspected Plagiarism in Finnish Higher Education.Erja Moore - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):1-16.
    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 current practices of defining and dealing with plagiarism in published Master’s theses. The data consist of 29 written notifications of suspected plagiarism in Master’s theses that were sent to the rectors of (...)
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    Inconsistent Responses to Notifications of Suspected Plagiarism in Finnish Higher Education.Erja Moore - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):1-16.
    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 current practices of defining and dealing with plagiarism in published Master’s theses. The data consist of 29 written notifications of suspected plagiarism in Master’s theses that were sent to the rectors of (...)
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    Inconsistent Responses to Notifications of Suspected Plagiarism in Finnish Higher Education.Erja Moore - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):1-16.
    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 current practices of defining and dealing with plagiarism in published Master’s theses. The data consist of 29 written notifications of suspected plagiarism in Master’s theses that were sent to the rectors of (...)
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    Inconsistent Responses to Notifications of Suspected Plagiarism in Finnish Higher Education.Erja Moore - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):1-16.
    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 current practices of defining and dealing with plagiarism in published Master’s theses. The data consist of 29 written notifications of suspected plagiarism in Master’s theses that were sent to the rectors of (...)
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  12. Negative Emotionality Predicts Attitudes Toward Plagiarism.Isabeau K. Tindall & Guy J. Curtis - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):89-102.
    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 students’ positive attitudes, negative attitudes, and subjective norms concerning plagiarism. University students completed the Attitudes Toward Plagiarism questionnaire and measures of anxiety, stress, depression, and negative and positive affect. Extending on previous (...)
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    Negative Emotionality Predicts Attitudes Toward Plagiarism.Isabeau K. Tindall & Guy J. Curtis - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):89-102.
    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 students’ positive attitudes, negative attitudes, and subjective norms concerning plagiarism. University students completed the Attitudes Toward Plagiarism questionnaire and measures of anxiety, stress, depression, and negative and positive affect. Extending on previous (...)
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    Secondary Trauma: Emotional Safety in Sensitive Research.Emma Williamson, Alison Gregory, Hilary Abrahams, Nadia Aghtaie, Sarah-Jane Walker & Marianne Hester - 2020 - Journal of Academic Ethics 18 (1):55-70.
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