عنوان مقاله [English]
This research carried out with the aim of investigating the role of academic ethics, educational justice and injustice among university student’s education/citizenship behaviors. From among the students in faculty of psychology and education as the population, 396 students were selected using convenience random sampling. Research instruments were three questionnaires including academic ethics survey (with 8 items), educational justice (with 28 items) and education/citizenship behaviors (with 21 items). Data were analyzed using Pearson’s correlation coefficient and mediation regression analysis. Results showed that 1) academic ethics has significant relations with educational justice, educational injustice and rules involvement (a subscale of educational citizenship behaviors). Educational justice also has significant relation with rules involvement and sincere relationships (another subscale of educational citizenship behaviors). The educational injustice has negative significant relation with rules involvement and helping and social participation (P<0.01), 2) The result of mediation regression analysis showed that only academic ethics plays a partial mediator role for relation between educational injustice with rules involvement. That is, part of the effects of educational injustice on rules involvement is indirectly exerted as a result of academic ethics.