Marketing Education/ The Dynamic Business School
Public and private institutions of higher education are challenged by academic integrity. In this study, faculty from over 100 U.S. private and public universities shared their perceptions of academic integrity issues such as academic dishonesty detection, awareness of punishments, the faculty as role models, personal values and the ethical image of administrative units. Results indicate perceptions differed by type of institution but not gender or teaching experience. Administrative units were influenced in public universities (but not private) by teaching experience. The results contribute to an understanding of the academic integrity environment underlying the performance of business education. Implications for research and practice are discussed.
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Batory, Anne H. and Batory, Stephen S., "A Comparison of Faculty Perceptions of Academic Integrity in Private and Public Universities" (2013). Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2013. 32.