Academic Honesty - Running head: ACADEMIC HONESTY 1...

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Running head: ACADEMIC HONESTY 1 Academic Honesty Kelli Lorenc GEN/105 December 3, 2010 Bethany Hoftiezer
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ACADEMIC HONESTY 2 Academic Honesty Using EBSCOhost database I searched the keywords “academic honesty” the articles title that I found was “Academic Honesty And Online Courses” the authors to this article were Grijalva, Therese C. Nowell, Clifford Kerkvliet, Joe . This article was published in the College Student Journal , Mar2006, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p180-185, 6p. the second article I researched was thru JSTOR I used the keywords Academic dishonesty and found an article titled “Dishonesty in Academic Environments: The Influence of Peer Reporting Requirements.” The authors are Donald L. McCabe, Linda Klebe Trevino and Kenneth D. Butterfield. Published in The Journal of Higher Education Vol. 72, No. 1 (Jan. - Feb., 2001), pp. 29-45. Both articles were peer reviewed. Some of the issues related to academic honesty are as follows: Plagiarism, fabrication, deception, Bribery, sabotage, and professional misconduct. The way to avoid these issues and
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