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100 1  Catanach, Anthony H., Jr 
245 10 Advances in Accounting Education :|bTeaching and 
       Curriculum Innovations 
264  1 Bingley :|bEmerald Publishing Limited,|c2009 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    1 online resource (276 pages) 
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490 1  Advances in Accounting Education Ser. ;|vv.10 
505 0  Front cover -- Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching 
       and Curriculum Innovations -- Copyright page -- Contents -
       - List of contributors -- Call for papers -- Submission 
       Information -- Witing guidelines -- Editorial review board
       -- Statement of Purpose -- Review Procedures -- Chapter 1.
       Earnings management and corporate social responsibility: 
       An in-class exercise to illustrate the short-term and long
       -term consequences -- Literature review -- Earnings 
       management and CSR exercise -- Student reaction and 
       decision making -- Recommendations for implementation -- 
       Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 2 . Establishing 
       an eMentor program: Increasing the interaction between 
       accounting majors and professionals -- Mentoring in the 
       accounting literature -- Program implementation -- 
       Evaluation of the program -- Insights on running a 
       successful eMentor program -- Summary and conclusions -- 
       Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix A. Accounting 
       area college of business - Northern Arizona University 
       eMentor program survey - for accounting majors -- Appendix
       B. Accounting eMentor program guidance for professionals 
       and students -- Appendix C. Accounting eMentor Program 
       Profile-Accounting Students -- Appendix D. Accounting 
       eMentor Program Profile-Accounting Professionals -- 
       Appendix E. Accounting eMentor Program E-Mail Etiquette --
       Appendix F. Accounting eMentor Program Survey (Students) -
       - Appendix G. Accounting eMentor Program Survey 
       (Professionals) -- Chapter 3. Using service-learning in 
       graduate auditing courses: a standards-based framework -- 
       Literature review -- Case description -- Framework to 
       incorporate service-learning into graduate auditing 
       courses -- Conclusion and call for research -- References 
       -- Chapter 4. Instilling student responsibility with team 
       contracts and peer evaluations -- Team learning in the 
       context of cooperative learning 
505 8  Team contracts -- Peer evaluations -- Discussion and 
       conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 
       Chapter 5. Factors affecting initial placement of 
       accounting Ph.Ds -- Research hypotheses -- Research method
       -- Results -- Conclusions and implications -- 
       Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 6. Students' 
       ethical and professional perceptions of earnings 
       management -- Hypotheses and research method -- Results 
       and analysis -- Limitations -- Conclusion -- 
       Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 7. Accounting 
       certificate programs: Serving the needs of students while 
       benefiting your university and accounting department -- 
       Survey and data sources -- Benefits and costs of a 
       certificate program to an accounting department and 
       university -- Benefits of a certificate program for 
       students -- Certificate program design and considerations 
       -- Summary -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 
       Chapter 8. Accounting department chairs' perceptions of 
       the importance of communication skills -- Prior literature
       -- Method -- Results -- Conclusion and limitations -- 
       Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 9. The influence 
       of motivation on cheating behavior among accounting majors
       -- Model development -- Research method -- Results -- 
       Discussion -- Limitations -- Implications and conclusions 
       -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 10. 
       Introductory accounting: Principles or financial? -- 
       Motivation -- Hypotheses -- Method -- Results -- 
       Limitations -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- 
       References -- Appendix A. Attitudinal Survey of Accounting
       -- Appendix B. Multiple choice - circle the letter for the
       response that best completes each statement -- Chapter 11.
       Business-student partnership: Linking accounting 
       information systems, internal control, and auditing -- 
       Motivations for use of business-student partnership 
505 8  Descriptions of contexts, entities, and subsystems -- Term
       1: Accounting information systems and internal control -- 
       Term 2: Auditing -- Effectiveness of the business-student 
       partnership -- Implementation considerations -- Summary --
       Note -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix A. 
       Accounting information systems and internal control term 1
       business-student partnership project handouts -- Business-
       student partnership Term 1 grading sheet -- Business-
       student partnership business entity letter of 
       understanding (Term 1) -- Business-student partnership 
       project meeting report (used in Term Project 1 and 2) -- 
       Business-student partnership project confidentiality 
       agreement (used in Term Project 1 and 2) -- Business-
       student partnership project evaluation of project by 
       student (used in Term Project 1 and 2) -- Business-student
       partnership project evaluation of project by business 
       entity (used in Term Project 1 and 2) -- Appendix B. 
       Auditing term 2 business-student partnership project 
       handouts -- Business-student partnership Term 2 grading 
       sheet -- Business-student partnership business entity 
       letter of understanding (Term 2) -- Appendix C. Business-
       student partnership teamwork contract (used in term 
       Project 1 and 2) -- Business-student partnership 
       confidential intra-team project evaluation form (Used in 
       Term Project 1 and 2) -- Business student partnership 
       evaluation of team presentations in class (Used in Term 1 
       Project only) 
520    Helps meet the needs of faculty members interested in ways
       to improve their classroom instruction. This title 
       includes articles that emphasize pedagogy that is 
       explaining how faculty members can improve their teaching 
       methods or how accounting units can improve their 
       curricula/programs 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Accounting -- Study and teaching.;Business education 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Schwartz, Bill 
700 1  Schwartz, Bill 
700 1  Catanach Jr., Anthony H 
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