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Title: Development of Unethical Dressing and Examination Malpractices Defense Corps for Policing Education in Nigeria
Authors: Owojaiye, Sunday Oni
Afolabi, Edward Sunday
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: International Journal of Institute for Empirical Research and Sustainable Development (IIERSD)
Series/Report no.: Vol. 9;Pp 94-104
Abstract: This paper submitted development of unethical dressing and examination malpractice defense corps for policing education in Nigeria. The descriptive survey research method was used. The population for the study was five hundred (500) (250 males and 250 females) randomly selected from 5 (five) Colleges of Education in the North Central Geo-Political zone of Nigeria. The instrument used for data collections was a psycho-education inventory data gathered was by the Researchers. The information (data) was analyzed using Spearman Ranking Order (S-Rho) at alpha 0.05 level of significance and at 499 degree of freedom. Based on the result of data analysis and the discussions, it could be concluded that (1) 68.8% (172) female students engaged in indecent dress into entire colleagues lecturers and to feel high among their peers to score marks (2) 84% (212) male students asserted that lecturers give their answer script to their relations, girlfriends boyfriends to write on marked answers sheet in their offices, but that defense corps can detect them. Based on the conclusion made, it was recommended among others that: (1) Examination and unethical defense corps should be created in the Nigerian schools. (2) The defense corps should focus on the lecturers as culprits in examination. malpractices. (3) Lecturers and students should be forced to follow the national academic dressing code.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1162
ISSN: 2276-9331
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