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Published by:
Allied Business Academies (2015)
Revision date:
02-Oct-2018
 
in "Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies"
Length:
2 pages
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Abstract

The primary subject matter of this case concerns the issue of cheating in the form of plagiarism, and plagiarism in the broader context of professional ethics. It is appropriate for any upper level accounting course (junior, senior, or graduate level students). While the case incident involves plagiarism in an accounting ethics class, it can easily be used in any course that addresses ethics including professional ethics. The case questions provide students 'food for thought' and the basis for written assignments as well as in-class discussion of both the actual and potential consequences of plagiarism. While the incident described involves plagiarism in an accounting ethics class, the case can easily be used in any course that addresses ethics, including professional ethics.

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