Table of Contents


Abstract

Moral Panic: The Contemporary Context of Academic Integrity

Fears of a Cheating Culture

Time for a New Approach

The Context for a New Approach

Interpreting Misconduct Research

A Note on Definitions

Delineating Forms of Academic Misconduct

Summary

Revisiting the Past: The Historical Context of Academic Integrity

The Antebellum Period: 1760–1860

The Research University: 1860–1945

Mass Education: 1945–1975

The Contemporary University: 1975 to the Present

Lessons Learned

Contemporary Organizational Strategies: Stopping Student Cheating

A Comparison of the Strategies

Rule Compliance Strategy

Integrity Strategy

Summary

Dimensions of the Issue: Toward a Robust Explanation

The Four Dimensions

Internal Dimension: Student Character

Organizational Dimension: Peer Norms and Classroom Dynamics

Institutional Dimension: Academic Systems

Societal Dimension: Broader Societal Forces

The Four Dimensions and Contemporary Organizational Strategies

Summary

Twenty-First Century Forces Shaping Academic Integrity

Technology

Institutional Constraints

Academic Capitalism

Diversity

Summary

Strains on the Teaching and Learning Environment

On the Faculty-Student Relationship

On the Role of Faculty

On the Learning Process

On Evolving Ideas of Teaching and Learning

On the Development of Students

Summary

A New Approach to Academic Integrity: The Teaching and Learning Strategy

Defining the Teaching and Learning Strategy

Assessment and the Teaching and Learning Strategy

Accreditation and the Teaching and Learning Strategy

Structures and Policies in the Teaching and Learning Strategy

Summary

Recommendations for Practice and Research

Recommendations for Practice

Recommendations for Research

Summary

References

Name Index

Subject Index

About the Author

Ancillary