Abstract

Nowadays, tricks as managers and employees acting in a deliberate manner to provide benefits and presenting false information, has become an important business problem. Tricks effect many units such as notably government, investors, employees, employers, sellers and the public, even threaten the assets of businesses. Tricking behaviors are carried out by managers and employees with different positions in the businesses. Vocational school students are among candidates to work in businesses. The purpose of this study is to determine the level of tricking tendencies of Social Sciences Vocational School students who have taken courses of accounting. The data were obtained through a survey from 359 students who have taken courses of accounting in the first and second classes, continuing to study in spring semester of 2017-2018 academic year in Giresun University Social Sciences Vocational School. The data were analyzed through independent samples t test, one way anova and welch test.