Thoughts on Incivility: Student and Faculty Perceptions of Uncivil Behavior in Nursing EducationNursing Education Perspectives
AbstractFaculty members complain about the rise of uncivil behavior in their students, and students voice similar complaints about faculty. Using an interpretive qualitative method for research, this study examined student and faculty perceptions of incivility in nursing education, possible causes of incivility, and potential remedies. Narrative analysis yielded the following categories: in-class disruption by students, out-of-class disruption by students, uncivil faculty behaviors, and possible causes of incivility in nursing education. The authors argue that further research is needed to increase awareness and understanding about academic incivility, its impact, and its psychological and social consequences.
Citation InformationCynthia Clark and Pamela Springer. "Thoughts on Incivility: Student and Faculty Perceptions of Uncivil Behavior in Nursing Education" Nursing Education Perspectives (2007)
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