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This booklet, written through nationally popular students within the quarter of ethics in larger schooling, is meant to assist lecturers and directors comprehend and deal with difficulties of educational dishonesty. Chock-full of sensible suggestion, the publication is split into 3 components. half I reports the present released literature approximately educational dishonesty between university and college scholars and the way school contributors reply to the matter. half II provides useful suggestion designed to assist collage and college teachers and directors deal proactively and successfully with educational dishonesty. half III considers the wider query of educational integrity as a system-wide factor inside of associations of upper schooling.

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Behaviors on which facultymembers andstudents showfairlylarge disagreement (2 ormore points) are shown in boldface. Dishonesty Rating Professors Students 5 5 Copying answers fromanother student during an exam 5 5 Arranging with another student tocopy answers during an exam 5 5 Cheuting-Examinutiom Asking another student for an answer during an exam Getting test answers froman old copyof the exam Using crib notes during an exam Asking someone to take an exam for you Getting a copy of an exam by having a student who is not enrolled in the course sit in on an earlier exam session and steal a copy of the exam 5 Tearing out a page or pages froman exam and taking it with you when the teacher does not permit you to keep the exam 5 37 38 WHAT IS ACADEMIC DISHONESTY?

DataarefromDiekhoff et a!. (1996), Franklyn-StokesandNewstead (1999, Graham et al. (1994), and Hendershott, Dnnan,and Cross (1999). the behavior is ambiguous. For example,a faculty membermay intend that students work independently on an assignment and assume the students know that independent work is required, and therefore not specifically tell them not to collaborate. ” After all, some instructors allow or encourage collaboration on some assignments. Because somestudents might not understand what behaviors are prohibited, Roth and McCabe (1995) emphasized the importance of studentfaculty agreement on thebehaviors that comprise academic dishonesty.

I did not want to do thework. Adherence to Other Loyalties I was helping a friend. , fraternity or sorority). Other An irresistible opportunity unexpectedly arose. Cheating is a gamekhallenge. Reasons for Engaging in Academic Dishonesty Few people ever get caught. Academic dishonesty is not punished. Other students don't cover their papers during tests. Thc instructor left the room during the test. 23 WHAT I S ACADEMIC DISHONESTY? 1 (continued) Justifications jim Academic Dishonesty Denial o f Injury Cheating hurts no one.

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