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Elena Denisova-Schmidt 1, Martin Huber 2, Elvira Leontyeva 3
  • 1 University of St. Gallen, University of St. Gallen (HSG), Gatterstr., 3, 9010 St. Gallen, Switzerland
  • 2 University of Fribourg , University of Fribourg, Bd. DePérolles 90, 1700 Fribourg, Switzerland
  • 3 Pacific National University, 136, Tikhookeanskaya str., Khabarovsk, 680035, Russian Federation

Do Anti-Corruption Educational Campaigns Reach Students? Some Evidence from Russia and Ukraine

2016. No. 1. P. 61–83 [issue contents]

Elena Denisova-Schmidt - Candidate of Sciences in Pedagogy, Dr. Phil., Lecturer, University of St. Gallen (Switzerland); Research Fellow, Center for International Higher Education (CIHE), Boston College (USA). Address: University of St. Gallen (HSG), Gatterstr., 3, 9010 St. Gallen, witzerland. E-mail: elena.denisova-schmidt@unisg.ch

Martin Huber - PhD, Professor, University of Fribourg (Switzerland). Адрес: University of Fribourg, Bd. De Pérolles 90, 1700 Fribourg, Switzerland. E-mail: martin.huber@ unifr.ch

Elvira Leontyeva - Doctor of Sciences in Sociology, Head of the Chair of Sociology, Politology and Areas Studies, Pacific National University. Address: 136, Tikhookeanskaya str., Khabarovsk, 680035, Russian Federation. E-mail: elvira.leontyeva@gmail.com

The authors investigate the effect of anti-corruption educational materials — an informational folder with materials designed by Transparency International — on students’ willingness to participate in an anti-corruption campaign and their general judgment about corruption in two cities in Russia and Ukraine by conducting experiments. During a survey of 350 students in Khavarovsk (Russia) and 600 students Lviv (Ukraine), young people were randomly exposed to either a folder with information about the negative effects of corruption in general and in the higher educational system in particular (treatment group), or a folder with corruption-irrelevant information (control group). The effects were statistically significant in the total sample in Khabarovsk and only in some social groups in Lviv. The results might be interesting not only for scholars,  but also for policy makers and practitioners.

DOI: 10.17323/1814-9545-2016-1-61-83

Citation: Denisova-Schmidt E., Huber M., Leontyeva E. (2016)

Okazyvayut li antikorruptsionnye prosvetitel'skie kampanii vliyanie na studentov? Po rezul'tatam issledovaniy v Rossii i Ukraine

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Do Anti-Corruption Educational Campaigns Reach Students? Some Evidence from Russia and Ukraine

]. Voprosy obrazovaniya / Educational Studies. Moscow, no1, pp. 61-83.
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