Acting Out Integrity and Honor: Student Honor Council Cultural Influence on Members' Development

Acting Out Integrity and Honor: Student Honor Council Cultural Influence on Members' Development

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The methodology and traditional methods of ethnography were employed, including individual interviews, group interviews, observations, and document analysis. The findings of this research were analyzed by the Kuh and Hall (1993) and Schein (1992, 2004) theoretical models of culture, including cultural levels of artifacts, values (both espoused and enacted), assumptions, and perspectives. The results of this research were interpreted with the dimensions of self-authorship and compared alongside the learning partnerships model both as defined by Baxter Magolda (1998, 2001, 2002, 2004b).During that panel discussion the members learned of an idea to have an essay contest in the campus community, asking their peers to submit essays on ethics and integrity. The essay contest was held twice, the 2006 a€“ 2007 academic year anbsp;...


Title:Acting Out Integrity and Honor: Student Honor Council Cultural Influence on Members' Development
Author:Cara D. Appel-Silbaugh
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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