Student Ethics In Today's Society

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Student Ethics Today's society, many millennials are using technology for their school work such as research or homework but found ways of cheating and plagiarizing there school work. Many students finds ways of cheating by mess using technology and looking up other people's work and copying it as if it was theirs. By doing so, many tend to lose there work ethic and rely on cheating for them to pass their class Students all over the world cheat because many of those that are in highschool or college wants to keep their grades as high as they can. Ennam says how digital plagiarism is a “Prevalent global practice,” because students would steal other people's work online constantly that they just keep cheating (134). Some of the students cheat…show more content…
Another reason why students cheat is because many of them are lazy and do not want to work. Those that are lazy to do there work tend to use technology more then others such as watching videos or play games during class. Bradley states that the more technology people develop, the more students will be addicted towards that then to study (4). Now a days many students goes on their phones and play games instead of doing their homework during class and as the results, many are failing their classes. Some are able to cheat their way around but when they get to college, they are going to have a hard time trying to cheat without getting caught. There are so many ways of students cheating by using their devices that contains some sort of internet on it. Many students cheat by using their technological device such as computers or by using their phones. They can find ways of looking up their test answers and getting themselves better grades than what they can get themselves. Ennam listed off different ways of plagiarism such as “Recycling and remix” or “Find-replace” (134). Recycling and remix is a method of borrowing someone's research and not citing the authors work. Find and replace is where you copy someone’s word and change a phrase to not get detected by the…show more content…
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