Ethics Beyond High School provides a wealth of resources that may be used to answer several key questions.
1. What is the difference between friendship and enmity?
The difference between friendship and enmity is obvious in terms of actions and motives. Enmity involves two or more people being overtly hostile toward one another; friendship on the other hand, describes a bond that exists between people with the main purpose of sharing a common interest and serving one another.
2. What are the ethical standards of proper academic conduct?
Academic ethics describes the standards of proper conduct that are to be observed when one is engaged in any academic or professional activity. It is often referred to as academic integrity.
3. How does one measure one’s ethical standards?
Good ethical standards are displayed by one who chooses to act ethically; this is in direct contrast to unethical behavior which may be exposed by one who chooses to act unethically.
4. What are the consequences of unethical behavior?
The ethical behavior is a form of behavior that is taught at an early age and is ingrained in a person’s character and personality. Students that are able to choose to act ethically and are forced to act unethically have difficulties in adapting and are considered unruly and troublesome.
5. Are there any issues in academic conduct that are specific to the Internet?
Academic issues on the Internet are much broader than those that can be experienced in a more traditional setting. The Internet is not only a computer-based system; it is also a global community. In addition, most of the people who use the Internet are students and college students.
6. Is there a distinction between e-mail and electronic mail?
The term e-mail is used to describe a communication system that uses the Internet and the World Wide Web. The term electronic mail, on the other hand, is used to describe a communication system that can be used to send and receive text-based messages. There are also other types of electronic communication that are commonly used, such as instant messaging, chat and video calling.
7. How is the use of the Internet different from the use of e-mail?
With regard to academic use of the Internet, the use of e-mail is much more restricted. E-mail is often used as a means to share files and information, and to communicate with people who are not on the Internet. This requires the sender to have an account on the e-mail server, and the 384a16bd22
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