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Learning Motivation and Student Academic Dishonesty โ€“ A Comparison Between Face-To-Face And Online Courses

Full Paper - Book (submit final version now) ID: 34993
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    Yehuda Peled
    Western Galilee College & Ohalo College, Israel
  2. Casimir Barczyk
    Purdue Calumet
  3. Yovav Eshet
    Western Galilee College
  4. Keren Grinautski
    Haifa University

Abstract: This study explores student academic dishonesty in the context of traditional and distance-learning courses in higher ?education. Data from 1,376 Students enrolled in colleges or universities in the U.S. and Israel were surveyed to ?assess their motivational orientation and their willingness to commit various acts of academic misconduct. Findings ?indicate that studentsโ€™ propensity to engage in academic dishonesty is explained by an extrinsic motivational ?orientation, participation in face-to-face type courses, and their age. ?

Presider: Quincy Conley, Boise State University

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