Incongruity between Judgment and Action in Business Student Ethics: Multinational Research: An Abstract

Arturo Z. Vasquez-Parraga, Ngoc Pham, Miguel Sahagun, Nataly Guinez, Christian Mellado, Niria Goni-Avila, Patricia Rossi (Editor), Nina Krey (Editor)

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Resumen

Cheating is both a judgment and an act. Cheaters often recognize they are doing something wrong when they cheat, but they justify their acts as necessary, even good, for their purpose at hand. This multinational research on business student ethics, conducted at various universities in the American continent and in Asia, probes decisions about cheating.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Páginas557-558
Número de páginas2
DOI
Estado de la publicaciónPublicada - abr 2019

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Vasquez-Parraga, A. Z., Pham, N., Sahagun, M., Guinez, N., Mellado, C., Goni-Avila, N., ... Krey, N. (Ed.) (2019). Incongruity between Judgment and Action in Business Student Ethics: Multinational Research: An Abstract. 557-558. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02568-7_151