Paper Types. You are free to use it as an inspiration or a source for your own work. And cheating is important only if it is wrong. Since everything else depends on it, the question of the wrongness of cheating is the most important question. This ethical appeal towards readers questions the wrongness of cheating based on the basis of whether or not cheating is important and whether or not cheating is only important because it is wrong. This questions whether or not cheating is an ethical problem, and if it is not is it a problem at all?
Academic Integrity and Cheating: Why is it wrong to cheat?
Cheating is wrongful; it is deceitful, dishonest, and hurtful to yourself and most definitely those around you. Cheating can be anything from peeking at another students work during a quiz to plagiarizing, to having someone else do assigned work for you. Anyone who cheats will have to suffer the effects when they are caught. Performing an act of cheating can hurt your future and can also hurt the futures of others that may have been involved.
Philip A. Pecorino, Ph. The presentation offers a definition of cheating as a form of violation of academic integrity and explanations for why cheating is attractive or tempting and then why, in the most fundamental sense, it should be judged to be morally wrongful behavior in an academic setting. The remarks make use of several ethical principles as well as the most popular notion that doing harm to self and others is a morally wrongful act.
Cheating is wrong. You can get caught cheating and have serious consequences. Not only is it morally wrong, cheating is simply a poor excuse not to work hard at achieving your ultimate goals. First off, plagiarism is a highly common way of cheating. If you study at a college or university, expulsion can be a form of reprimanding in terms of this offense.