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On making a decision based on morals or common ethical codes instead of etiquette, rules, institutional or government policy, or technical or procedural reasons.

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Just make sure the conference is over already before taking the coffee intended for the conference. If the conference is still going on, conference-goers might want coffee, and if you wind up empty …
answered Jul 29 '16 by Zibbobz
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That depends upon the guildelines of your review board. Consult the person or group that organized the peer review, and ask them if it would be acceptable practice. If you strongly wish to send this …
answered Feb 26 '15 by Zibbobz
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You should check your professor's grading criteria against his grading rubric - if 'prior courses' is not listed on that rubric, it's not only unethical, but duplicitous and could be brought up to the …
answered May 7 '15 by Zibbobz
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There will be an association that people have when they see you wearing this shirt - or using anything with the university logo - that may initially make them think you attended the university, especi …
answered Mar 11 '15 by Zibbobz
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It is massively unethical, because the internet does not exist in a vacuum. Consider the possibility that someone looking for a valid answer online, because they do not have or cannot afford this te …
answered May 7 '15 by Zibbobz
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You can ask, but it is unusual for a student to ask to see their confidential recommendation letter, and the person who wrote the letter is under no obligation to show you the contents of their letter …
answered Apr 28 '15 by Zibbobz