Students' Beliefs about the Ethics of Teaching
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There is literature on professors' beliefs about the ethics of teaching, but little about students' beliefs. Seminal research by Keith-Spiegel et al. (1993) and two later studies by Kuther (2003) and Morgan and Korschgen (2001) form the core of a sparse and asystematic literature by psychologists. Because of the lack of coherence in the studies available, growing focus on moral and ethical theory (Haidt, 2007), and 20 years between student cohorts, the purpose of this study was to replicate aspects of Keith-Speigel et al.'s study.