Retribution of Plagiarism Founded on Reason-based Actions

In Ike Obiora F., Mbae Justus, Onyia Chidiebere & Makinda Herbert (eds.), Mainstreaming Ethics in Higher Education The Teacher: Between Knowledge Transmission and Human Formation Vol. 2, Obiora Ike / Justus Mbae / Chidiebere Onyia / Herbert Makinda (Eds.). Genève, Switzerland: Globethics. pp. 135-162 (2021)
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This chapter as the whole book are a result of a Globethics conference in March 2018 at the Catholic University of East Africa (CUEA) in Kenya, focused on the integration of Ethics in Higher Education. The book captures the potential for sharing of knowledge, and triggering interdisciplinary collaboration and research across a wide variety of issues ranging from research practice, religion, entrepreneurship, leadership, fundraising and corruption. While some of the chapters focus on the understanding of ethics and its relationship with the various other aspects of life, others concentrate on the methods and strategies of effectively teaching ethics. Our chapter is concerned by the ways research practices and the value of integrity might be at risk, in very limited situations. We have good hope that responsible answers and proportionate reason-based actions in confronting some of these risks - as with plagiarism - can protect the giving virtues necessary for dynamical and effective research processes, which are all ultimately built on the value of trust.

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Ignace Haaz
University of Geneva (PhD)


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