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    2006 Research

    Abstract: More Than Once: Examining the Ethical and Attitudes of Repetitive Cheaters
    Mentor: Dr. Susan Stearns, Communication Studies


    This qualitative research examines repetive cheaters using three criteria: (1) Respondents have to be actively enrolled in an accredited fouryear institution, (2) must be 18 years or older, (3) have cheated 5 or more times. With the guidance of my mentor, Dr. Susan Stearns, we veiwed the attitudes and perspectives of repetitive cheaters and their perceptions of their actions toward acaemic dishonesty based on a fifteen openended questionaire qualitative survey they responded to. We will be discussing how repetitive cheaters answered regarding three categories: basic information, authoritative relationships, and peer relationships. These categories are being emphasized because repetitive cheaters responded more when it involved their relationships with others.

    Presentations

    10th Annual Research & CW Symposium, EWU, May 16,2007


    Penn State McNair Conference, Presenter Aug 2-5, 2007.

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