There is an interesting discussion going on on
some of you might be interested in relating to plagiarism, national and
organisational culture, and academic and administration ethics:

Group: Academy of
International Business (AIB)


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Donald: I taught undergraduate and graduate business courses
at two US large midwest public universities for 24 years and found that plagiarism
has become more prevalent and more acceptable to faculty mainly because of lack
of support to penalize students, and, in fact, punishment to faculty who tried
to enforce 'rules' re: plagiarism. One Business College Dean basically forbid
faculty members from checking undergraduate papers because it would make it too
difficult for students to achieve high grades.

Romie Frederick Littrell, BA, MBA, PhD, FIAIR

Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

IV. 1st stanza, War is Kind and Other Lines, Stephen Crane, 1899

A little ink more or less!

It surely can't matter?

Even the sky and the opulent sea,

The plains and the hills, aloof,

Hear the uproar of all these books.

But it is only a little ink more or less.

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