Academic Dishonesty

Academic Dishonesty - Academic dishonesty Thesis statement...

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Academic dishonesty Thesis statement: To persuade my audience that academic dishonesty is unethical and not beneficial because 1) it not only causes cheaters to cheat themselves but also everyone else and 2) academic dishonesty is not worth the trouble it can cause. Introduction I. According to U.S. News and World Report, 51% of high school students did not believe cheating was wrong. What do you think? Research also shows 85% of college students said cheating was necessary to get ahead. What about you. II. Academic dishonesty, some consider it a problem, while others think of it as nothing more than resourcing. III. I am sure just like me everyone here has had some kind of experience with this ritual. IV. Today I am going persuade my audience that academic dishonesty is unethical and not beneficial because 1) it not only causes cheaters to cheat themselves but also everyone else and 2) academic dishonesty is not worth the trouble it can cause. Body I. Academic dishonesty deals with not only the theft of ideas and other forms of intellectual property but also with deception and anything
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course ALL 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Cameron University.

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