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Running head: ACADEMIC HONESTY 1 Academic Honesty Myree Allen Gen/105 April 24, 2011 Deborah Schummer
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ACADEMIC HONESTY 2 Academic Honesty In the first article to be researched the keyword applied in the Axia College Library search engine is “Academic Dishonesty.” The title of the article is “Self-Control, Perceived Opportunity, and Attitudes as Predictors of Academic Dishonesty.” The author of this article is Aaron U. Bolin. The article has published on March 1, 2004; however, the article is not peer- reviewed and was able to find the article in the EBSCOhost Database. In the second article to be researched the keyword applied in the Axia College Library search engine is “Academic Cheating.” The title of the article is “Plagiarism: Understanding and Management (Ethical Issues) (Report).” The author of this article is Paul Wicker. The article has published in August 2007. This article is peer-reviewed and was able to find this article in the Gale PowerSearch database.
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