dishonesty


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lack of integrity

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departure from what is legally, ethically, and morally correct

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Other directions for future research might be to examine whether authoritativeness of the primary caregiver, versus that of the same-sex parent, has some effect on adult children's frequency of, and attitudes toward, general deviance, academic dishonesty, and romantic infidelity.
The bench on Thursday observed that the term honesty has a variety of meanings, adding that if someone holds a public office, then the court will have to look at the dishonesty of a public nature.
She even managed to cover up her dishonesty when auditors were brought in - but was finally caught after another check was carried out while she was off sick.
JEREMY Corbyn will lash out at the "hypocrisy and dishonesty" of Theresa May's Tories as he addresses one of Europe's biggest trade union events today.
While it may be tempting to think about the notorious few who cheat a lot or who are dishonest in a big way, Dan Ariely's assertion in The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty is that cumulatively the bigger problem is the more minor cheating of a substantially larger group.
The analysis and synthesis of the data revealed that the respondents acknowledged the positive role of plagiarism detecting software in reducing the academic dishonesty. Plagiarism detecting software highlights the material that is copied.
However, there has been a lot of coverage by news organizations on financial frauds than on academic dishonesty. Two examples are the Enron and Madoff frauds in the United States.
I stand by my letter IN a recent letter I accused the Tories of sneering and wallowing "in their mendacity and dishonesty".
Employee dishonesty crimes spiked at the height of the Great Recession in 2008.
A LAW firm with offices in Liverpool had paperwork and cash seized after it was shut down by the solicitors' watchdog over dishonesty fears.
Unfortunately, social media activities may also include negative behaviors such as addiction (Garcia del Castillo, 2013), copyright infringement (Jamar, 2012) and privacy issues (Oravec, 2012), as well as academic dishonesty.
Corruption is the offspring of dishonesty. While dishonesty is a pollutant, corruption is pathology.
In a 50-page consolidated decision, Ombudsman Morales found subst antial evidence to hold Purisma and former officials of the PNP Firearms and Explosives Office (FEO) liable for grave misconduct, serious dishonesty and grave abuse of authority
Trading is a murky business that strikes me as replete with various shades of dishonesty. Here are several that come to mind:
A Birmingham solicitor who was a director at collapsed law firm James Pearce has been struck off after allegations of dishonesty were upheld.