Correlations Between Bioethical Standpoints and Various Student Characteristics
AuthorBratton, Ariell Nicole
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AbstractThis paper hypothesizes that students with different characteristics will reach different resolutions to ethical dilemmas. With the null hypothesis being that students with different characteristics will not reach different resolutions to ethical dilemmas. Cross tabulations about a student’s gender, ethical education background, belief in a higher power, class standing with their chosen resolutions to various ethical dilemmas were made. Given a 5% significance level, only 5 cross tabulations rejected the null hypothesis giving support that students with different characteristics will not reach different resolutions to ethical dilemmas.
Degree ProgramHonors College
Molecular and Cellular Biology