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URN etd-0526118-122547
Author Zheng-Hong Li
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Department Economics
Year 2017
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Students’ Attitude and Opinions toward Cheating in the Classroom.
Date of Defense 2018-06-21
Page Count 44
Keyword
  • cheating
  • peer culture
  • dishonest behavior
  • logistic regression
  • SPSS
  • Abstract "Cheating" has been a serious problem in the modern education system. From the perspective of economics, there is an "information asymmetry" between teachers and students. Therefore, teachers can only use the test to measure the degree of students' efforts in the class. Students choosing cheating on the exams means it have great incentives, and its incentives are greater than the risk of being caught, but for whatever reasons, cheating is still an fraudulent action.
     In this study, online questionnaires were used to conduct statistical analysis of statistical package software SPSS to understand students' attitudes and opinions toward cheating in the classroom, and suggestions for improvement were proposed. The Independent variables discussed in this research analysis are the factors that may influence the factors that affect cheating degree, and other literature research directly discuss the factors that affect the possibility of cheating, there is a big difference, because a student's level of recognition does not certainly affect the student's possibility of cheating.
     At the end of the study, it was found that majority of students who had no cheating, regardless of gender or grade, did not cheat because “the moral conscience makes them afraid to cheat.” For most students who cheat, the reason for the cheating is “inadequate preparation time. " Last but not least, There was a significant relationship between “gender,” “degree of recognition” of poor performance in the university and excessive credits, “seen cheating on other students” and “seen arrested because of cheating on other students” and “cheating possibility”.
    Advisory Committee
  • Jia-Hsi Weng - chair
  • Shan-non Chin - co-chair
  • Tru-Gin Liu - advisor
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  • etd-0526118-122547.pdf
  • Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.
    Date of Submission 2018-06-26

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