THE ETHICS OF CHEGG
Cheating is an evergreen ethical issue in academia, with cheating occurring at almost all levels of study, in almost all cultures, and almost all of the time. Students will usually condemn people who are viewed as cheaters, but students frequently have different ideas on what constitutes cheating from both each other and faculty. Our analysis focuses on the ethical considerations of students using Chegg
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