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The ethical intention of marketing students: the role of ethical ideologies, Machiavellianism and gender
International Journal of Ethics Education
This study investigates the relationship between ethical ideologies, Machiavellianism, perceived ethical problem, gender and ethical intention. The results from a survey of students in marketing classes from an Australian university branch campus in Malaysia revealed that relativism and Machiavellianism have negative impact on ethical intention of students. However, idealism and perceived ethical problems have positive impacts on their ethical intention. Moreover, the study found that gender isdoi:10.1007/s40889-016-0030-y fatcat:kfmnpphlkrachk3vumhyrrinpy