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The Effect of CCTV Monitoring on Cheating Behaviours among College Students


     

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This paper presents the report of an investigation to explore the effect of CCTV monitoring on cheating behaviours among 100 college students at Smt. Parvatibai Chowgule College in Goa. The study adopted the completely randomized experimental design with 4 experimental conditions - CCTV Monitoring Condition, CCTV and Human Monitoring Condition, Partial CCTV Monitoring Condition and No CCTV Monitoring Condition and observed the cheating behaviours of college students under an opportunistic situation. The study also determines the sex-wise and discipline-wise differences in cheating behaviours among college students. One-way ANOVA and t tests were used in the statistical analysis. The findings indicated that there was a statistically significant difference in the cheating behaviour scores in the four experimental conditions. The results also revealed that cheating behaviours among college students did not differ with regard to sex and discipline. Implications of the research findings are also discussed.

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CCTV Monitoring, Sex, Discipline And Cheating Behaviours.
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This paper presents the report of an investigation to explore the effect of CCTV monitoring on cheating behaviours among 100 college students at Smt. Parvatibai Chowgule College in Goa. The study adopted the completely randomized experimental design with 4 experimental conditions - CCTV Monitoring Condition, CCTV and Human Monitoring Condition, Partial CCTV Monitoring Condition and No CCTV Monitoring Condition and observed the cheating behaviours of college students under an opportunistic situation. The study also determines the sex-wise and discipline-wise differences in cheating behaviours among college students. One-way ANOVA and t tests were used in the statistical analysis. The findings indicated that there was a statistically significant difference in the cheating behaviour scores in the four experimental conditions. The results also revealed that cheating behaviours among college students did not differ with regard to sex and discipline. Implications of the research findings are also discussed.

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CCTV Monitoring, Sex, Discipline And Cheating Behaviours.