Faculty Members’ Ethical Behaviors: A Survey Based on Students' Perceptions at Universities in Turkey

Kenan Ozcan, Aydin Balyer, Tayfun Servi

Abstract


As members of academic team, faculty behaviors have vital influence on students’ lives at universities. This study purposes to discover students’ perceptions about faculty behaviors concerning their professional responsibilities, dating/sexual harassment, behaviors inside and behaviors outside the classroom and relationship based on self-interest. The study employs both a quantitative and a qualitative research technique. Results reveal that students’ considerations are negative in terms of faculty behaviors inside the classroom and faculty professional behaviors. Significant differences were discovered according to establishment dates of the universities and students’ Grand Point Averages (GPAs).


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