Acting and Reacting: Youth’s Behavior in Corrupt Educational Settings (2014)

Peabody Journal of Education: Issues of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations 
Lead Article, 2014

Abstract: With its broader employability to the issues of underperformance that may emerge in educational system internationally, this empirical study redefines and expands Albert Hirschman’s theory of voice, exit, and loyalty within higher education. The article formulates a new education-embedded theoretical framework that explains reactionary behaviors of students in corrupt educational systems.

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