Evaluations of Academic Integrity and Business Behavior: A Cross Cultural Examination of the Perceptions of American and French Students

By Stephen Batory and Anne Heineman Batory.

Published by The Learner Collection

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The influence of academic integrity issues are compared between French and American students. In this comparative study, student attitudes toward ethical business behaviors and academic issues such as the likelihood of academic dishonesty detection, the perceived effects of academic cheating, the presence of a student honor code, peer norms and past behavior are examined. Results indicate that American students’ past dishonest behaviors influence their acceptance of business behaviors. French students, however, are more likely to be influenced by peer norms. Implications for the academic environment are reviewed.

Keywords: Academic Integrity, Business Behavior

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp.65-72. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 537.571KB).

Dr. Stephen Batory

Professor, Department of Marketing, College of Business, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Stephen S. Batory (D.B.A. University of Maryland) is a professor of marketing at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvaia. His research interests include teaching and learning influences, academic integrity, marketing ethics, and family decision making.

Dr. Anne Heineman Batory

Professor, Sidhu School of Business and Leadership, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA

Anne Heineman Batory (Ph.D., University of Maryland) is a professor of marketing at the Sidhu School of Business and Leadership at Wilkes University. Dr. Batory's research interests are foscused on student leadership development, project learning, and consumer behavior.


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