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Teaching Anticorruption by Hans Krause Hansen, Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch

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CHAPTER 11

Testing the Effectiveness of Innovative Teaching Tools to Train Anti-Corruption Students

Ernestina Giudici, Federica Caboni and Roberta Atzori

The partner of the crime of corruption is often our indifference.

Abstract

One of the most frequent topics that occupy the TV news and newspaper pages is certainly corruption. This phenomenon is so prevalent nowadays as well as throughout the history of humanity. Moreover, it is so multi-faceted that it is difficult to apply a unique shared definition. Taking the spread of corruption into consideration, the aims of this work are: to understand what students knowledge is about the damages that corruption can cause; verify if we as teachers are adequately preparing our students to be ethically ...

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