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A typology of students based on academic entitlement.
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  • Michael Luckett
  • Philip J. Trocchia
  • Noel Mark Noel
  • Dan Marlin, University of South Florida St. Petersburg
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Michael G. Luckett

Philip J. Trocchia

Dan Marlin

Document Type
Article
Publication Date
2017
Disciplines
Abstract

Two hundred ninety-three university business students were surveyed using an academic entitlement (AE) scale updated to include new technologies. Using factor analysis, three components of AE were identified: grade entitlement, behavioral entitlement, and service entitlement. A k-means clustering procedure was then applied to identify four groups based on the relative strength of the AE components: the model student, under the radar, instructor as servant, and the privileged. These groups were further characterized by additional demographic (i.e., parental income) and classroom variables (i.e., instructor response times). Findings can help business educators gain better insight into the AE construct and devise more effective instructional strategies.

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Publisher
Routledge
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information
Luckett, M. G., Trocchia, P., Noel, N., & Marlin, D. (2017). A typology of students based on academic entitlement. Journal of Education for Business, 92 (2), 96-102.