Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Academic Integrity as a Phenomenon of Legal Culture

Author(s): Yevheniia Duliba, Petroye Olha, Khystyna Pletsan, Alla Havryliuk, Volodymyr Antonenko, Olena Antonova, Mariia Bratko

 This research deals with a problem of academic integrity in terms of the legal culture of society and the state as a whole. The research aimed to demonstrate that the implementation of academic integrity is based on the implementation of the principle of rule of law, the level of culture in education and is shaped by the legal culture.  The databases as Rule of Law Index 2020, the Prosperity Index 2020, the Index Universitas21 is used in this research.

It is concluded that academic integrity in the modern civilized world is an integral part of legal culture, plays an extremely important role in the scientific world, in the scientific community, among teachers and students. Academic integrity problems are a problem for each country, but the factors influencing this vary considerably between countries, between different regions, also depending on cultural values. Academic integrity much depends on the legal culture of the country, but also depends on the ability of people of other nationalities and religions to rapid learning and conforming to the cultural norms of the country in which they are located. It is proposed the recommendations for applying good practices of academic integrity in the institutions. 

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