Information Systems Students’ Attitude toward Ethical Behaviour: A More Recent Look
The purpose o this study is to follow up on an earlier study of assessing Information Technology students’ attitude toward ethical behaviour. The early study compared students to the general public attitudes toward ethical
behaviour. This study compares students’ attitude before an ethics program was implemented at the Eastern Michigan University College of Business to students’ attitude after the program was implemented. The study shows that the
ethics program has a profound influence on students’ attitude toward ethical behaviour. This enforces the idea that education is an effective method for affecting a positive change in ethical behaviour.
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International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp.227-238.
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Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.165MB).
Professor, Department of Computer Information Systems, College of Business, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA
Badie Farah is Professor of Computer Information Systems at the College of Business, Eastern Michigan University. Prior to joining Eastern Michigan University he was a member of the faculty at Oakland University and a senior staff analyst at The General Motors Corporation. Dr. Farah received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Ohio State University 1977. His research on Data Communications, Information Systems Development, E-Commerce, and Computer assisted Manufacturing has been published in the Journals of Computer Information Systems, Education for Information, Information and Management, Intelligent and Robotic Systems, and Education for Business. Dr. Farah authored two text books and coauthored a third. His books were published by Prentice-Hall, Simon and Schuster, and Ginn Press. He also authored chapters in several books. As a consultant to private and public organizations and Businesses he has focused on Analysis, Development, Implementation, and performance of Information Systems solution to a variety of problems. His clients have included Columbia Gas Services, the Ohio State University, and the American Broadcasting Corporation. He teaches classes in Information Systems Project Management, Information Systems Development, Data Communications, Systems Analysis and Design, and Management of Information Technology. He believes that ethics has a major role to play in the training of information systems specialists. Dr. Farah is a member of Beta gamma Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies. He has been listed in Marquis Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in Education, and Who’s Who in Science and Technology.
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