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Understanding Academic Dishonesty as Social Practice in Vietnamese High Schools
Start Date: 4/15/2020Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 4/15/2020End Time: 1:00 PM

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Please note: due to concerns regarding COVID-19, this colloquium will be held online. Please visit https://www.zoom.us/j/7028598216 to log on.
Research on academic dishonesty has consistently been proven to have a detrimental impact on the learning process. Nevertheless, there is very little research that explores “cheating” from student perspectives, or the role that peer groups play in the proliferation or reduction of cheating cultures. This study seeks to fill the gap using an innovative research design which draws on a sample of 1000 high school students in five provinces of Vietnam to understand (1) how students define “cheating,” (2) how different classroom structures and climates affect the frequency of cheating, and (3) what factors lead to widespread and systematic cheating.
Linh (Phoebe) Doan is a doctoral research fellow and PhD candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York.
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Name: Anthony Hopkins
Phone: 215-895-0900
Email: ajh357@drexel.edu
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