Week 2 DQ assignment

Week 2 DQ assignment - The concept of ownership of words...

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The concept of ownership of words can best be said to be alien to Nigeria. “Whilst most students and faculty members may know the meaning of academic integrity and plagiarism, the concept and practice are grossly understated or totally misunderstood among students and lecturers. Academic integrity includes a lot more several basics of academic honesty than what is required under examination or assessment conditions”. (International School of Management,). In Nigeria, academic integrity has at best been reduced to fight against examination malpractices. Academic integrity is much more than this. Especially for Nigerian universities, there is the need to foster climate that promotes academic integrity as the problem of academic dishonesty has lessened to a great deal, the credibility of the degrees from Nigeria universities in recent time (Olasehinde-Williams, 2006). The manner of evolution of the Nigerian indigenous culture and by extension its traditional education system, which was largely by oral storytelling, did not emphasise the importance of recognizing the particular originators or creators of such cultures. It is usually generalized that culture evolved over time
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  • Spring '16
  • Fanis
  • Academia, Academic dishonesty

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