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Table 2 Recognizing EM in case studies according to classifications in Table 1

From: Attitudes towards cheating behavior during assessing students᾽performance: student and teacher perspectives

  Respondents Correct Partially correct Incorrect Total
Case study 1 Teacher 30 1 11 42
% 71.4 2.4 26.2 100
Student 95 0 23 118
% 80.5 0 19.5 100
Total 125 0 34 160
% 78.1 0 21.9 100
Case study 2 Teacher 35 4 2 41
% 84.4 9.8 4.9 100
Student 89 22 8 119
% 74.8 18.5 6.7 100
Total 124 26 10 160
% 77.5 16.2 6.3 100
Case study 3 Teacher 38 0 4 42
% 90.5 0 9.5 100
Student 113 0 5 118
% 95.8 0 4.2 100
Total 151 0 9 160
% 94.4 0 5.7 100
Case study 4 Teacher 10 21 11 42
% 23.8 50.0 26.2 100
Student 31 63 26 120
% 25.8 52.5 21.7 100
Total 41 84 37 162
% 25.3 51.8 22.8 100
Case study 5
p<.05; Asymp. Sig. (2-sided) = 0.011; C=0.27
Teacher 32 0 10 42
% 76.2 0 23.8 100
Student 53 1 66 120
% 44.2 0.8 55.0 100
Total 85 1 76 162
% 52.5 0.6 46.9 100
Case study 6 Teacher 35 7 0 42
% 83.3 16.7 0.0 100
Student 73 40 7 120
% 60.8 33.3 5.8 100
Total 108 47 7 162
% 66.7 29.0 4.3 100
Case study 7 Teacher 31 9 2 42
% 73.8 21.4 4.8 100
Student 86 31 3 120
% 71.7 25.8 2.5 100
Total 117 40 5 162
% 72.2 24.7 3.1 100
Case study 8 Teacher 15 27 0 42
% 35.7 64.3 0.0 100
Student 27 83 9 119
% 22.7 69.7 7.6 100
Total 42 110 9 161
% 26.1 68.3 5.6 100