Running head: PLAGIARISM 1 PLAGIARISM 2 Plagiarism Robert Blakley Baptist College of Health Science Abstract The paper analyzes the existing ethical academic dilemma of applying plagiarism within diverse academic works by students in general and nursing students in particular. It presents particular examples of well-known plagiarism cases and allows properly evaluating the reasons and ways of avoiding any acts of intentional and unintentional plagiarism. It emphasizes the necessity
Ethical and legal issues According to D. E. Summer and S. Rhoades in Magazines: a complete guide to the industry; magazines face the same legal and ethical issues than newspapers: “[…] plagiarism, libel, slander, invasion of privacy, editorial bias, and inaccuracy”. Indeed, there are some limits to what a journalist can write, an editor can publish, a photographer can photograph, and a designer can design. Magazines go sometimes beyond the ethical or legal bounds. All these issues are parts of
The Ethics of Plagiarism As a nurse educator, one of my students plagiarized a final paper. The purpose of this paper is to delineate the ethical principles involved in approaching this situation, the ethical decision-making models that have been used in the past, the newer ethical model that I used, including the sources of information that I have considered, and the consequences for the student. Lastly, I will describe why I chose one path of action over other paths.
The Ethics of Plagiarism As a nurse educator, one of my students plagiarized a final paper. The purpose of this paper is to delineate the ethical principles involved in this situation, the ethical decision-making models that have been used in the past, the newer ethical model that I used, including the sources of information that I have considered, and the consequences for the student. Lastly, I will describe why I chose one path of action versus other paths.
Plagiarism is the "wrongful appropriation" and "stealing and publication" of another author 's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions" and the representation of them as one 's own original work. The idea remains problematic with unclear definitions and unclear rules. The modern concept of plagiarism as immoral and originality as an ideal emerged in Europe only in the 18th century, particularly with the Romantic movement. Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and a breach
Plagiarism Plagiarism is a major ethical risk in the academic research community (Martin et al., 2009). It is the act of presenting someone else work as one own work whether in full or partially. Several studies have explored the unethical component of plagiarism to students and researcher (Amodeo et al., 2005; Gullifer & Tyson, 2010). The emergence of Internet technologies increases the risk of plagiarism in contemporary research since most plagiarism is escalated b computer technologies where
standards. It has invariably increased ethical, social, legal and professional issues that have been raised in the society from social threats to privacy issue and health related matters. The study will specifically analyse the impact of ethical, social and legal concerns linked with information system and how the society is getting affected by it. The study also reveals that the major technological trends which has led to moral dimensions and ethical issues of information system with in the society
while there is also a great opportunity for people use it to benefit themselves at the expense of others. Ethical computing is a set of moral standards, right or wrong, pertaining to the use of a computer. Being morally ethical is being respectful of other computer users and their rights and properties and not using a computer to harm others or commits criminal activity. Although not ethical, technology can allow someone to steal, harm others, invade privacy and other illegal activities on a computer
Regardless of which method and design a scholar in the field of elearning selects, he or she must follow ethical guidelines and