# E- Cheating Among College Business Students: A Survey

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8 E- Cheating Among College Business Students: A Survey 11 Table 2. Summary of Analysis on E- Cheating Gender Cheating differed as a function of gender. Overall, more men than women reported cheating at least occasionally, χ 2 = 4.94, p = In terms of venue, men were slightly more likely than women to use at least one electronic device to cheat on tests, but the difference was not statistically significant, χ 2 = 0.40, p = For out- of- class assignments, however, men were much more likely to cheat than women, χ 2 = 6.74, p = Age Research Question 1. Approximately what percentage of students engage in e- cheating? 2. What are some of the characteristics, in terms of gender, age, and GPA of students who report using e- cheating methods to cheat on tests and out- of- class assignments? 3. Is there an association between students engaging in e- cheating on tests and those engaging in e- cheating on out- of- class assignments? 4. What are the primary methods used by students to engage in e- cheating on tests and on out- of- class assignments? 5. Is students knowledge of official academic policy on e- cheating related to the the extent of their reported practice of e- cheating? 6. What variables predict cheating behavior? Analysis 40% of students reported having engaged in high- tech cheating. Gender: 50% of men reported cheating compared to 33% of women ((χ 2 = 4.94, p =.0263). Men cheat more on out- of- class assignments. Men and women cheat equally on tests Age: Those who reported cheating on tests were significantly younger than those who did not report cheating (t = , p =.0010). The same pattern was true for those who reported cheating on out- of- class assignments (t = , p =.0010) GPA: Those who cheated on tests had a lower overall GPA than those who did not cheat (t = , p =.0441). Those who cheated on out- of- class assignments also had a lower GPA than those who did not cheat (t = , p =.0016). The likelihood of cheating on tests was significantly related to the likelihood of cheating on out- of- class assignments (χ 2 = 31.27, p <.0001). Students reported using programmable calculators most often on tests and e- mail/fax most often on out- of- class assignments, followed by the programmable calculator. Students cheating behavior was not related to their knowledge of the university s or of the business professors general policy on cheating and plagiarism (including their policy on the misuse of high- tech devices to cheat). The variables of age and GPA predict cheating behavior. variance of age between those who reported having cheated and those who reported never having cheated, F = 14.61, p <.0001, the ages of the two groups were compared using the approximate t- statistic for unequal variances. The results indicated that those who cheated on tests at least occasionally were significantly younger than those who did not, t = , p =.0010, as were those who cheated on out- of- class assignments, t = , p = In analysis of overall behavior, the same pattern emerged. Those who reported cheating at least occasionally on tests and/or assignments were significantly younger than those who did not report cheating, t = , p = One female participant did not report her age. Because of a significant difference in the

9 12 Sheets & Waddill Table 3. Characteristics of Business Students Who Did and Did Not Report Using High- Tech Devices to Cheat on Tests and Out- of- Class Assignments Tests Assignments Overall Did Not Did Not Did Not Cheated Cheated Cheat Cheat Cheat Cheated Mean Age (SD) (5.05) (1.56) (5.43) (1.42) (5.67) (1.48) Mean GPA (SD) 3.12 (.48) 2.94 (.40) 3.16 (.46) 2.92 (.50) 3.17 (.47) 2.95 (.49) Sex Male 75% 25% 56% 44% 50% 50% Female 79% 21% 74% 26% 67% 33% Knows Honesty Policy University General 85% 80% 86% 78% 88% 78% University High- Tech 39% 40% 40% 39% 41% 38% Business Professors 80% 73% 81% 71% 82% 72% General Business Professors High- Tech 58% 60% 58% 59% 58% 58% GPA Five students did not report their GPA. Students who cheated at least occasionally on tests had a lower overall GPA than those who did not cheat, t = , p = Those who cheated on out- of- class assignments also had a lower GPA than those who did not cheat, t = , p = The same pattern occurred for the overall analysis, with students who reported cheating at least occasionally on tests and/or assignments having a significantly lower GPA than those who did not cheat, t = , p = Type of Cheating In reference to the third research question regarding an association between e- cheating on tests and on out- of- class assignments, the likelihood of cheating on tests was significantly related to the likelihood of cheating on out- of- class assignments, χ 2 = 31.27, p < Forty percent of the sample reported cheating in at least one venue. Of that number, 34% reported cheating at least occasionally on both tests and out- of- class assignments, 44% reported cheating on out- of- class assignments but not on tests, and 17% reported cheating on tests but not on out- of- class assignments. Electronic Methods of Cheating In reference to the fourth research question, the primary methods of cheating used by students are summarized in Table 4. Among those cheating on tests, 78% reported using only one kind of method to cheat, 10% reported using two methods, 8% reported using three methods, and 3% reported using four methods. No one reported using more than four methods. Of the methods used to cheat on tests, programmable calculators were used most often, followed by text messaging and online chats. A student s specific business major was neither related to the type of method he or she used to cheat in general, χ 2 = 20.25, p =.2616, nor to programmable calculator use in particular, χ 2 = 24.80, p = In fact, of the 30 accounting and finance majors, only one reported using a programmable calculator to cheat. Among those cheating on out- of- class assignments, 63% reported using only one method, 15% reported using two methods, 15% reported using three methods, and 7% reported using four methods. No one reported using more than four methods. Of the methods students used to cheat on out- of-

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