Effect of Applying Case Method to Anti-Corruption Education on Learning Motivation and Learning Effectiveness

Cheng-Hsun HUANG, Luke H.C. HSIAO, Shin-Lin KO
2021 Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala  
Corruption does not simply occur in developing countries, but is often heard in developed countries. Several domestic government officials and enterprise executives involving in corruption in past years reveals that the corruption style is different from public employees with public power changing money with power in the past, and the method of operation is updating to challenge the case handling ability of prosecutors. Corruption prevention refers to developing the functions of deterrence and
more » ... of deterrence and warning through related procedures and systems. Anti-corruption, on the other hand, induces public awareness of anti-corruption through education and promotion to have people realize the badness of corruption and appeal citizens to collaboratively strike corruption and shape the complete anti-corruption network. With experimental design model to precede the quasi-experimental study, total 202 college students in central and southern Taiwan, as the research subjects, are preceded the 16-week (3 hours per week for total 48 hours) anti-corruption education with case method. The research results show that case method would affect learning motivation, case method would affect learning effectiveness, learning motivation presents significantly positive effects on learning effect in learning effectiveness, and learning motivation reveals remarkably positive effects on positive gain in learning effectiveness. According to the results to propose suggestions, it is expected to deliver certain social value and concept to the public and that the civil society, from bottom-up, could play the role for supervision and accountability, stress on the seriousness and destruction of the negative effect of corruption on the nation and society, and further cultivate the social value to affirm integrity but despise corruption so that people genuinely anticipate integrity.
doi:10.33788/rcis.73.17 fatcat:rjpbkzstnneybhj763uxchzfwi