Academia and citizenship: university professors meeting and violating norms
Mauricio García Villegas, Nicolás Torres Echeverry | July 1, 2017
What do higher education teachers understand about the concept of non-compliance? What are their main faults? This research, with 605 teachers from Antioquia, begins from these questions.
At university, students are trained not only to be good professionals, but also good citizens. And in that process, the academic integrity and civic culture of professors is key. The dishonesty of professors is a burden on the education of students, while academic integrity offers an opportunity to leave a mark on students.
This book presents an x-ray of the perception of university professors in the department of Antioquia on academic integrity and non-compliance levels, trust in citizenship and public officials, basic rules of the rule of law and its religious and political orientation.
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