Voices of Students: Attitudes towards Corruption in Khabarovsk – A set of quantitative and qualitative data on academic dishonesty and corruption among students in Russia, v1.0
A set of quantitative and qualitative data on academic dishonesty and corruption among students in Russia
Published: Oct. 22, 2020 Restricted access
This is a dataset of 463 questionnaires and 8 interviews collected in the 2012-13 academic year in Khabarovsk, Russia, among first-year and fifth-year students. The results of the survey suggest that advanced students are more likely to act dishonestly than freshmen – indicating that the Russian higher education system ‘promotes’ compliance with corruption and informal practices. These findings are supported by the qualitative data indicating the complexity and ambivalence of academic dishonesty.