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ADAPTATION OF FACULTY ETHICAL BEHAVIORS SCALE INTO TURKISH

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Author(s): Kenan ÖZCAN | Aydın BALYER

Journal: Adıyaman University International Journal of Social Science
ISSN 1308-9196

Volume: 10;
Start page: 345;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Faculty | ethical behavior | university student | higher education

ABSTRACT
The quality of communication and interaction between faculty and students has vital importance for students’ learning and research process. Faculty and students are together at classrooms, laboratories, offices and other places and rarely outside the school. Their relationships at each place mentioned here are supposed to be within ethical principles. However, it is necessary to discover how students perceive faculty ethical behaviors. This study was carried out to adapt “Faculty Ethical Behaviors Scale” developed by Schnake, Fredenberger ve Dumler (2004) into Turkish. In the original scale, there were 4 sub dimensions and 29 items while there are 24 items below 4 sub dimensions. In this study, 352 students participated in Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) and 402 students for Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) process. As a result of the analysis made here, it can be concluded that the scale can be used in the Turkish culture. It can also be used to obtain comparable research results from other cultures.
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