¿LA DETERMINACIÓN GARANTIZA QUE LOS ESTUDIANTES INCURRAN EN LA DESHONESTIDAD ACADÉMICA?
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deshonestidad académica
valor
rendimiento académico academic dishonesty
grit
academic achievement

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Herdian, H., & RN Wahidah, F. . (2021). ¿LA DETERMINACIÓN GARANTIZA QUE LOS ESTUDIANTES INCURRAN EN LA DESHONESTIDAD ACADÉMICA?. Panorama, 15(29). https://doi.org/10.15765/pnrm.v15i29.1708

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El OBJETIVO: la deshonestidad académica sigue siendo una preocupación para los investigadores en varias partes del mundo. Esto se debe a que todavía hay muchos académicos que incurren en este comportamiento poco ético. ¿Se ha examinado cómo la determinación (grit, en inglés) juega un papel en la deshonestidad académica? ¿Predice la determinación el logro académico? ¿Modera el género la influencia de la determinación en la deshonestidad académica?

MATERIAL Y MÉTODOS: esta investigación utiliza un enfoque cuantitativo. Participaron 408 estudiantes de Indonesia (M = 95; F = 313). El instrumento de medición utilizado es la Escala de Deshonestidad Académica adaptada de Ampuni et al. (2019) con α = 0,860 y la Escala de Grit para Niños y Adultos utilizada por Wahidah (2019) con α = 0,727.

RESULTADOS Y DISCUSIÓN: los resultados muestran que todas las variables de la investigación influyen en la deshonestidad académica. Incluso la influencia de la determinación, el género y el logro académico combinados generan mayor deshonestidad académica. Sin embargo, el género no pudo moderar la influencia de la determinación en la deshonestidad académica.

CONCLUSIONES: concluimos que los estudiantes que tienen determinación reducirán la tendencia a comportarse de manera poco ética en lo académico, en este caso, deshonestidad académica.

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