Text Research on Academic Misconduct of Colleges and Universities Students

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Text Research on Academic Misconduct of Colleges and Universities Students


Liang, Chen, Enlun, Chen, Cross - Cultural Communication


Abstract

The text analysis of the punishment of 50 colleges and universities in founds that from Textual Perspectives by the punishment system dimensions, disciplinary proceedings of appearing on academic misconduct in the University student still have flaws, failed to achieve justice. Therefore, building a fair and equitable system of student academic misconduct penalties is of realistic meaning for the maintenance of academic moral relevance of the academic community.

Key words: Student academic misconduct; Penalties text; Basic theory

INTRODUCTION

Academic freedom and academic foundation are the two orders of carrying out academic activities. They also constitute a contradictory unity of the academic elements. John Stuart once said, Exploring knowledge must be in a relatively free and undisturbed environment with force. If thought and expression are shackled, the height of the truth is hard to achieve the right height and is very difficult to create real academic thoughts. But academic freedom also needs proper regulation, it can correct scholars' academic attitude. For University bred a lot of "plagiarism" event, from the perspective of external governance, academia has conducted an in-depth study on this issue. But University academic management system did not get attention. Whether these punishments follow the fundamental principles of the system and have protected students' legal rights in the procedure? Jurisprudence perspective, this paper will focus on the substance of Justice to examine the flawed college student academic misconduct penalties text.

1. TEXT REPRESENTATION OF STUDENTS' ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT PENALTIES REGIME

An institution or State-authorized compulsory only in line with the basic law has legal effect only in the proceedings. But from the current college student academic misconduct penalties, the existing legal procedure is not perfect. This paper Selected 50 colleges and universities in the system text as research object which do better in academic misconduct penalties regime. Among them, key colleges and universities accounted . < for c 68.6%, rasa/ Colleges 22.4% n ao/ Higher zj: u Academies a a The paper below will argue and analyze from four aspects, the values, the basis making, text specifications and content integrity.

1.1 Uncertain Aims of Education

Punished by 50 universities in penalties text, we find that the aim to develop the system of these colleges and universities is divided into 6 categories. Among them, 32 colleges and universities are designed to carry out the Ministry of Education's academic misconduct notice; 16 colleges and universities in order to correct intellectual pursuits, and strive to build a first-class academic school; 22 colleges and universities in order to improve the quality of students' dissertations; 35 colleges and universities in order to cultivate all-round developed talents of socialism with academic morality; 23 colleges and universities in order to maintain the normal academic order; 17 universities in order to allow students to observe academic ethics and avoid disputes over education.

Perspective from the value of the method, order, freedom, equality, human rights, harmony and justice are the components of the socialist legal system. The purpose of punishment of academic misconduct of College students in China mainly focus on academic order maintenance, more reflect on a utilitarian tool regulation, weakening the enlightenment function of punishment. Any can be universally accepted principle of education principle and regulation of it must admit maintenance and development of people's life, improving people's autonomy. This is the two basic tasks which education must undertake and the foundation of the educational morality. To punish students' academic misconduct is not to let students to fear learning and writing, and maintain the school's academic reputation, but a more gentle way to educate students, give students more care and guidance, in the protection of students' low-alcohol rights to punish their academic misconduct. …

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