A comparative study on the information ethics of junior high school students cognition and behavior between taiwan and china: Kaohsiung and nanjing regions used as examples

Science and Engineering Ethics 14 (1):121-138 (2008)

Abstract
A great deal of progress has been made on information ethics. Which portion is not sufficient? That might be the comparison from countries to countries. The purpose of this study was closely examined using the cross-cultural method for comparison. To determine the ethics cognitions and behaviors of the students, a comprehensive survey was distributed. The questionnaire for the study used Mason’s four essential factors in information ethics that included Privacy, Accuracy, Property and Accessibility (PAPA). The samples were comprised of Kaohsiung Taiwan and Nanjing China, junior high school students in 2006. The sample and the survey were obtained from two stages of random sampling that was conducted using an Internet website. Students could read the online questionnaire in the computer laboratory and then send immediate feedback to the website server. The result of the experiment showed the divergence of information ethics in cognition and behavior between Kaohsiung and Nanjing school children. The effects of background and correlation are from cognition and behavior between two regions.
Keywords Information ethics  PAPA  Privacy  Accuracy  Property  Accessibility  Mason
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DOI 10.1007/s11948-007-9018-5
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