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The purpose of this research study was to discover whether students at a career arts institution perceive instructors’ credibility differently when instructors are wearing casual, business casual, and professional attire and whether the gender of the instructor makes a difference in students’ perceptions. This research study offers insight into how students at a career arts institution perceive faculty as a result of dress identified as casual, business casual, or professional attire.

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Nov 13th, 12:00 AM

Career Arts Students' Perceptions of Credibility Based on Instructor Attire and Gender

The purpose of this research study was to discover whether students at a career arts institution perceive instructors’ credibility differently when instructors are wearing casual, business casual, and professional attire and whether the gender of the instructor makes a difference in students’ perceptions. This research study offers insight into how students at a career arts institution perceive faculty as a result of dress identified as casual, business casual, or professional attire.

 

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