Document Type

Article

Publication Date

3-2006

Abstract

This article discusses concerns related to professional integrity in academics and to the use of collegiality as an informal criterion for employment and evaluation decisions. We question the nature of the educational enterprise and the academic environment within which both students and faculty operate. We use the AAUP Statement on Professional Ethics to guide our examination of collegiality, and the three traditional areas of faculty evaluation (teaching, scholarship, and service), as they relate to professional integrity. We discuss potential pitfalls in situations involving integrity concerns, and suggest that the use of collegiality in professional decisions is more prevalent and potentially harmful than many realize.

Comments

© Springer. Original published version available at https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02885888

Publication Title

American Journal of Criminal Justice

DOI

10.1007/BF02885888

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