honor code


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honor code

n.
1. An honor system.
2. A set of rules forming the basis for an honor system.
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The BYU honor code prohibits drinking, using drugs, wearing form-fitting clothing and engaging in premarital sex.
In its ruling, SC, through Associate Justice Diosdado Peralta said the PMA did not violate petitioner's [Cudia] due process rights when it enforced its rules on discipline, consisting of its Honor Code for lying.
Waiting until two weeks after the honor code training concluded, Ariely administered his test.
A cheating scandal in 1951, in which 90 cadets were expelled (including Blaik's son Robert, the starting quarterback), made national news in large measure because the West Point honor code had been ingrained by then in the American consciousness.
The honor code addresses academic honesty by classifying unethical behaviors into four categories: a) acquiring information and providing information; b) plagiarism and dual submission; c) acquisition of examination and answers to examinations, conspiracy; and d) fabrication, misrepresentation, alterations of documents, and forgery (Prairie View A&M University, n.
Vincent, UT's vice president for diversity and community engagement, said the YCT members would be "willfully ignoring the honor code and contributing to the degradation of our campus culture" if they carry out their plan for the "Catch an Illegal Immigrant" event.
As summarized by Pascarella and Terenzini (2005), explanations for the low incidence of cheating include: student responsibility for submitting allegations of cheating, institutional integrity standards taught early and unambiguously, concomitant benefits such as taking tests without the presence of an instructor, and an environment comprised of students whose awareness of the honor code may have influenced their initial decisions to enroll.
Professors assign take-home exams (books, notes, and the Web aren't allowed) and leave answer keys in unlocked offices, I've never violated this trust, but I think the honor code may tempt struggling students to cheat.
Another extremely important cheating deterrent is the implementation of a traditional honor code.
With or without an institutional honor code, teachers should address the importance of academic integrity from the get-go via a program handbook or course syllabus.
The Honor Code is a decidedly ethical book, aimed at inducing and directing action.