Applying the Cheating Triangle Model in Researching Students’ Cheating Behavior: The Case of Vietnam
Keywords:Behavior, cheating, cheating triangle model, Vietnam
Cheating is a common type of misconduct in academia but not much research has been done on this subject, including in Vietnam. It is the responsibility of educational institutions both to transfer knowledge and to build their character and values of integrity. Increasing student academic cheating becomes essential and background for research. The research method uses a survey questionnaire to discover students' behavior in the cheating triangle framework. The obtained results will be analyzed using SPSS program, including reliability test (Cronbach’s alpha), verify the value of the scale (EFA) and multiple linear regression. The result shows that there are 4 major factors affecting students cheating behavior. Understanding students’ cheating behavior in academia will be beneficial for institutions to make long-term solutions to exhaust the tendency towards cheating.
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