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|Other Titles:||Correlation Analysis on Academic Control Factors, Self-Efficacy, Strain Factors and the Onset of Junior High School Students'Cheating Behavior|
Feng-Ming Chang , Tzyy-Wen Tan
Department of Education,National Taiwan Normal University
There are few empirical research studies focused on the cheating behavior of junior high school students. Moreover, the relationship between academic factors andthe onset of junior high school students' cheating behavior has largely been ignored.Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the correlation between academic factors , includinginvolvement, commitment, academic self-efficacy and academic strain, andthe onset of junior high school students' cheating behavior. As sample of 380 students, was selected from all public junior high schools in Chiayi City using a cluster method. A nested logistic regression model was used to analyze the collected data. The results showed that academic self-efficacy and the burden and pressure from study had an impact on the onset of junior high school students' cheating behavior. Otherwise, low self-control was not related to the onset of junior high school students' cheating behavior. Finally, this study also provided some practical and academic suggestions based on the research findings.
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