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Youth Integrity in Vietnam - Piloting Transparency International Youth Integrity Survey
DIAL et al.
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The report is the result of collective work between Towards Transparency and Transparency International, which initiated, supported and coordinated the survey, the Center for Community Support Development Studies (CECODES) which in particular lead the analysis and writing of the report, Développement, Institutions et Mondialisation (DIAL) which especially lead the development of the methodology of the research, and Live and Learn which conducted the fieldwork
This publication contains a survey aimed at assessing perceptions of corrupt behaviour and the impact of an anti-corruption education policy, introduced in Vietnamese schools and universities in December 2009.
The methodology developed through this project is an important contribution towards developing tools to better understand young people’s experiences of corruption and informing targeted and results oriented programmes. The publication contains a detailed explanation of the used methodology, inclusive the questionnaire design.
The paper is organized as follows. Following the introduction, the methodology, is outlined in section two. Next, key-findings are presented in section three. In section four a conclusion is put forward. Subsequent to the conclusion a complete overview of the used structured closed-ended questionnaire is presented in annex three.