Measuring the Ethical Cognition Effects of a Videotape Livestock Show Ethics Education Program
As Extension educators and agriculture education teachers address the sensitive issues of livestock show ethics and quality assurance of the food animals produced and marketed to the public through the youth livestock program, they must ensure that their educational efforts are effective. Everyone has an opinion about what should or should not be done in order to improve the situation related youth livestock ethics. This study examines the effectiveness of a video educational program that has been in widespread use since its inception in 1996.
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Goodwin, J. L., Murphy, T. H., & Briers, G. (2002). Measuring the Ethical Cognition Effects of a Videotape Livestock Show Ethics Education Program. The Journal of Extension, 40(6), Article 10. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss6/10