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The ethical predisposition of university students in Western Australia : 1997 vs 2007

By Larry Neale and Sam Fullerton

Abstract

A sample of 285 Western Australian university students was used to assess the prevailing attitudes regarding potential breaches of ethical conduct on the part of business practitioners and organisations. The authors developed an ethical profile for the 2007 sample based on 14 scenarios used in the questionnaire. This profile was then compared to the results from data collected in 1997 using similar sampling and the same survey instrument. The prevailing predisposition is best viewed as centrist in nature, with a move to a more ethical stance in the last 10 years

Topics: 150404 Sport and Leisure Management, Business ethics, university students, Australia, time
Publisher: ANZMAC
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:27654

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