Analysis of Cellphone-Based Cheating on Entrance Exam ~ Sense of Guilt and Degree of Sympathy~

ID: 43217 Type: Brief Paper: Other
  1. Hiroko Kanoh, Yamagata University, Japan

Thursday, June 26 3:05-3:25 PM

Arnon Hershkovitz, Tel Aviv University, Israel

With 95.5% of cellphone ownership by high school students on their own and wide spread of smart-phone as well, cellphone- and internet-based cheating may still occur in the future due to improved environment for internet use by cellphone. Therefore, we analyzed what kinds of impression about such behaviors of injustice examinees had who owned cellphones with experience of internet use. As a result, sense of guilt they had for exploitation of cellphone or the internet during college entrance exam was ranked fourth after substitute exam-taking, acquisition of questions of entrance exam beforehand and bribe. As for differences between genders, the result showed that stronger sense of guilt was observed in women than done in men. It has been proved that about 60% of examinees did not emphasize or forgive a case of internet posting of entrance exam questions and nearly 40% of them emphasized the minds of the criminal who had failed entrance exam the year before and that 20% of them have eve


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