The Ethics Of Cheating And Cheating Essay

792 Words Jun 16th, 2016 4 Pages
People everywhere enjoy the use of technology, it comes in handy when time gets tough. The “Internet has transitioned from a standard of being connected (and interacting) strictly though desktop computers in homes, offices and computer labs, to one that an ever increasing number of people take the Internet with them everywhere they go”(Boase). Technology plays many roles in the world and can be very helpful; however, the use of technology is a teen’s way of gaining access to sites that promote them with cheating in a classroom.
There are many different levels of cheating. Cheating can extend from children in a school to adults in the performance of their daily lives. The realms of cheating are diverse, visual, and academic cheating. But people would primarily consider that academic cheating is involved in a classroom. Academic cheating is composed of presenting someone else’s work as their own. Students feel tempted to cheat because they think it will be easier and more convenient way to get better grades. In a stressful environment like school, students tend to not pay much attention and can be too lazy to prepare for the exams and homework that is due. Therefore, in the end when students realize they didn’t retain the information they needed for the test/quiz, they turn to such a cruel habit to cover up the fact that they didn’t study. They recognize cheating as the successful and more reliable method to attain the desired grades they wish to have since good grades are…

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