Determining the share of each environmental and organizational component in students' professional ethics

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 Higher Education Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Research Sciences Branch

2 Professor, PhD in Higher Education Management, School of Management, Kharazmi University of Tehran

3 Professor of the Department of Higher Education Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, Islamic Azad University, Tehran Research Sciences Branch

4 Associate Professor, Department of Higher Education, Faculty of Management and Economics, Islamic Azad University, Tehran Research Sciences Branch

Abstract

Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine the contribution of each of the environmental and organizational components in students' professional ethics. Methodology: This study was conducted with a mixed approach of exploratory design of categorization type. The present study is an applied research in terms of purpose, and research strategy in the qualitative part, content analysis and in the quantitative part of the survey. The statistical population in the quantitative part of the research included the faculty members of the Islamic Azad University of Tehran, whose number was 5921 in 1397. To calculate the qualitative part, according to Morgan table, 360 samples are enough for a community of 5921 people, and a total of 400 questionnaires were distributed to increase the size accuracy. In order to collect the required data in the qualitative phase, the judgmental sampling method up to the theoretical saturation stage was used. The method of data collection in the qualitative phase of the research, in addition to reviewing the literature, was a semi-structured interview. Then all research data were analyzed in two parts using SPSS24 statistical software. Data were analyzed using exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis.

Findings: The results of factor analysis showed that all indicators related to organizational and environmental factors have acceptable t values (more than 1.96) and factor load (more than 0.4) and indicators for organizational and environmental factors. Are considered suitable.

Conclusion: Also, considering that the t-statistic of both variables is more than 2.57, at the level of 99% confidence

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