Voices of Students: Attitudes towards Corruption in Khabarovsk, v. 1.0

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Abstract

This is a dataset of 463 questionnaires and 8 interviews collected in the 2012-13 academic year in Khabarovsk, Russia, among first-year and fifth-year students. The results of the survey suggest that advanced students are more likely to act dishonestly than freshmen – indicating that the Russian higher education system ‘promotes’ compliance with corruption and informal practices. These findings are supported by the qualitative data indicating the complexity and ambivalence of academic dishonesty.

Authors Denisova-Schmidt, Elena
Language Russian
Subjects cultural studies
Date 22 October 2020
Publisher Discuss Data
Publisher DOI 10.48320/33DC9967-825E-44A9-966F-EEBAA88DF4F7
Depositing User Dr. Elena Denisova-Schmidt
Date Deposited 12 Nov 2020 13:22
Last Modified 24 Nov 2020 11:04
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/261435

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Denisova-Schmidt, Elena: Voices of Students: Attitudes towards Corruption in Khabarovsk, v. 1.0 [Blog]. Discuss Data (22 October 2020).

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