A disturbing trend faces education in the U.S.--not plagiarism but academic forgery (students purchasing and signing their names to work produced by others). This book, by a former professional forger, describes the difference between the two and presents case studies along with an expose of the trade. The author provides a thorough treatment of the topic and reveals the serious implications for the future of academia. Educators should educate themselves about forgery and join the conversation about solving the problem.But altogether too many take the assignments, choosing these simple papers with their easy money. With so many competitors on the market today, vying for a piece of the forgery puzzle, it is more common than ever to see high school essay anbsp;...
|Title||:||Papers for Pay|
|Author||:||Jeffrey Alfred Ruth|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2015-01-30|