Using Stories of White-Collar Crime to Teach Accounting Students about Ethical Dilemmas and Faith Integration
This study presents a unique technique of creating awareness of white-collar crime by allowing students to interact with actual criminals via Zoom©. After hearing stories about fraud, students completed a survey and wrote reflection papers. Results show that the interaction with stories from the criminals made students more aware of ethical dilemmas and their anticipated responses. Some students articulated the importance of drawing on their Christian faith to make the right decision in these situations.
How to Cite
LambertT., Li-KuehneM., & LaShawM. (2023). Using Stories of White-Collar Crime to Teach Accounting Students about Ethical Dilemmas and Faith Integration. Christian Business Academy Review, 18(1). Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/638