1. I definitely would not consider purchasing a paper from a website and submitting it as my own. Firstly, I wouldn’t be willing to spend $45 - $175 on a paper that I myself could have written for nothing more than the time invested in actually writing it. Secondly, the purchased paper may not even address the exact topic that I need to write a paper on, and on top of the initial cost of the paper, I would have to spend additional time going through the entire thing and “fine-tuning” it., or changing other parts completely. In my opinion, it just isn’t worth the time or the effort. On top of that, it is morally and ethically wrong to pass someone else’s work off as your own, and I would be completely stressed out, worrying that I would get caught plagiarizing and fail the paper, and possibly the class. The end doesn’t really seem to justify the means in this case. I already knew that professors could use certain websites to search for plagiarized papers, so no, that wouldn’t change my initial answer. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course BUS 125 taught by Professor Fairchild during the Fall '07 term at VCCS.