Cheating /

Normal View MARC View ISBD View
[ 01. English Non Fiction ] Authors: Sawvel, Patty Jo,--1958- Series: Introducing issues with opposing viewpoints Published by : Greenhaven Press/Thomson Gale, (Detroit :) Physical details: 141 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm. Subject(s): Cheating (Education) | Honesty. Year : 2008 01. English Non Fiction Item type : 01. English Non Fiction
Location Call Number Serial Data Published Status Date Due
Bluefield High School 179 CHE Available

Includes bibliographical references (p. 128-131) and index.

Foreword -- Introduction -- Do Americans live in a cheating culture?: Some schoolteachers cheat / Steve D. Levitt; Stephen J. Dubler -- Most schoolteachers are honest / Duncan McInnes -- Taxpayers cheat the government / Saul Shapiro -- Most taxpayers are honest / Wall Street Journal -- Businesses cheat / Kevin Smith -- Most businesses are honest / Murray Weidenbaum -- Why do people cheat?: Athletes cheat because of self-centeredness / Jon Saraceno -- Athletes cheat to level the playing field / Jeff Barker -- Students cheat because teachers are unfair / Bill Puka -- Students cheating is the result of cultural norms / Emily Flynn Vencat; Jason Overdorf; Jonathan Adams -- Relationship cheating is caused by unclear boundaries / Peggy Ann Torney -- Relationship cheating is facilitated by new technology / Mark de la Vina -- Corporate cheating stems from greed / Katherine Mangan -- Corporate cheating stems from misplaced loyalty / David Callaban -- What is the solution to cheating?: Spying with new technology may curb infidelity / Andrew G. Marshal -- Spying with new technology is not an ethical solution to cheating / Camille Calman -- Honor code is not a good solution to cheating / Miguel Roig; Amanda Marks -- Honor code is an effective deterrent to cheating / Shirley T. Fleischmann -- Facts about cheating -- Organizations to contact -- For further reading -- Index -- Picture credits.