As a result, people are willing to justify unethical means of advancing themselves if they will significantly benefit. With this in mind, Carter defines "corruption" as "getting away with things we know to be wrong" (188). Getting away with immoral acts, regardless of scale, will reinforce an individual 's unethical behavior. In effect, the morality rooted in these individuals are weakened, leading them to justify frequent or larger unethical behavior. In his article, "A Whole Lot of Cheatin ' Going On", Mark Clayton blames easy access to the internet as a contributing factor in the rise of students cheating in college (208).
To what extent is it ethical to collect customer’s data and pattern trends for the benefit of the supermarket business Q23. Discuss the best possible solutions to analyze data from customer’s purchases. ( Q24. Outline on the problems ASI is having. Q25.
David Labaree’s book, A Perfect Mess, is an interesting exposure of the complexities of American higher education. However, at times he overemphasizes the market sensitivity of the system as a strength and his conclusions generalize between the public and private models of our system. While Labaree’s form is descriptive and accurate, his conclusion prescribes inaction toward the current problems in our university system. At many points throughout the book he acknowledges that the private system is better established in this market economy, but also that it is not accessible. Thus, his prescription of leaving the struggling public university alone may mean the end of publicly accessible education.
Within the essay, many points about piracy of information are made. The first point made includes that access to internet is substantial reason behind why intellectual theft has become more rampant. Teachers and administrators argue for educating the suspects and criminals of cheating and its effects. Finally, Devlin introduces that idea that students could sign an honor code that states that students will properly cite all sources and preserve intellectual integrity along with them having to take courses that show them how to properly
Whereas in academic context plagiarism is seen as a stealing of ones ideas and words and making it one’s own, this unethical behaviour does not only gives a bad image to one as an individual but it also gives a bad image to the higher education institution. Tertiary institutions aim to ensure that all work done by an individual is unique and innovative. The similarities are that plagiarism in both industries are equally taken seriously but is more likely to be forced upon in the academic
Between films, television, novels, and the Internet, there are many different types of popular culture in which society is immerged. One might argue that studying pop culture is shallow and worthless, but this is debatable because most of what we do is shaped by pop culture in some way. Studying pop culture may allow us to understand trends in culture that can aid in other society-based careers, as well as study societal and power constructs with greater accuracy. As technology and media develops further and further, pop culture should be studied in academia, as it is a relevant way to examine the moral constructs of the society and understand trends in culture. In the future, if pop culture is included in academia with the same importance as other subjects, future graduates may be more in tune with society than ever
There are some proposed solutions to the worldwide problem called PLAGIARISM. One of these solutions using the help of websites that expose plagiarism such as turnit.com. Such websites help reduce plagiarism rates amongst students therefor improving their writing skills. Another solution for media pirating is the use of censorship and media police. Any suspicious activity of plagiarism is reported to the media police and sudden action is taken against anyone who tries to plagiarize or steal original content and resell it or put it on the internet for
Now there are exceptional understandings of the idea. Those coping with this idea and its presence include their own realities, knowledge and cultural studies. In protecting the values of academic integrity, many universities now are growing and providing regulations, which cope with standards of integrity and strive to outline plagiarism and specify its consequences. This recognition directs schools to be greater mindful of presence and potential of plagiarism in students work. While academics could have been relaxed with the belief that plagiarism is absolutely a form of cheating wherein the copying of any other’s work isn’t recounted, now they may be confronted with explaining this and being seen as prevention measures.
A critical review of the retailer was carried out based on the external factor analysis using PESTLE (Political, Economic, Sociological, Technology, Legal and Environmental) and using Porter’s Five Forces Model of Competition to understand the correlation between suppliers, buyers, competitors within an industry, potential competitors, and alternative solutions to the problem being addressed. Background of the Company Giant was founded by the Teng family as a simple grocery store in one of the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur in 1944. Acquired by Diary Farm in 1999, Giant’s mission was to offer a wide variety of products at the lowest possible prices and closer to residential areas. Key to Giant’s growth is the ability to continuously offer value for money products and the core principles are retained even while pursuing the international brand status.
The article, “The Patriot Act Infringes on International Students ' Privacy Rights” claims that, “Campus police [...] has the right to find out what books we check out of the library, find out what kinds of political convictions we express in our classes and around campus and go to other ridiculous lengths to screen our daily activities” (McCormack), this made people feel unsafe because the campus police are there to keep them safe, not impose on their private activities. But without them doing their jobs, they wouldn’t be able to find out key information about some terrorist attacks. The article also claims that the patriot act targets international students and imposes on their learning. Consequently, they do this because some of the terrorists that took part in 9/11 came into the country with a student visa, so the government has to be more cautious with the international students. Lastly, McCormack states that “This type of legislation threatens our ability to work for change within society and acts to silence voices of dissent” (McCormack).