I am confuse what you are asking. I think I am very ethical in this paper. I am not for sure what you are asking? Are you asking me why I chose this style of writing? I think that every Professor to see exactly my calculations and how I arrive in my conclusions. As you see in the report, everything I did was quoted and credit given. I did not use any ideas that were not my own without quoting or giving credit to the scholar. The software is a great way to see that I did exactly what I wanted from this paper. So, I am glad to see my work impeccable. Twelve percent is average to how many quotes I use to calculate any theory. This is normal to my tone. It gives my paper weight. As you see, I gave credit to that scholar. I did not try to portray it as my own work. This is my tone and style. Between 10 to 20% is given to the scholar as respect to their ideas, and 80% is my work. This is how I do all of my papers. I do not steal people’s work. I use their work as part of variables or correlations to what I am trying to computation. Thank you.
As for your question, in the past and still to this day, ethics and conduct is still a fuzzy situation in our global community. The purpose to making standards is to encourage and motivate students to invent and to be innovative. I think people cheat and steal ideas because they are trying to meet the “competition” of our society. It is sad the framework and infrastructures of life. Until our society change in its demands, there will always be unethical people. I believe that our “exclusive” society create criminals and unethical people. Once it becomes “inclusive” our society will change into ethical people and we will not have criminal intent. I am sure this will happen. We have track records of both of the patterns to prove why students cheat, and under different circumstances they do not cheat. Rules is the bandage. It is the structural damage that need to be changed. But, we are still in a society that respect the principle of “exclusivity” and so we will have these problems as part of our threading.
It matters for the institution because they lose money. But, I lose money daily due to the hour glass component of poverty and the wealthy. What happens is that poor students are under-protected. While the wealth are overly-protected. This is another issue of conduct and ethical intersections that seem to be covert issues. It is an easy fix, but our society is not ready to deconstruct itself. Until then, it matters more often to the scholar than to the student. Indigenous people had stronger learning models than we do as a culture due to the demand of positioning and authority. These cultures knew how to mentor their students, so conduct seem to be in align to the requested destination. Whereas, our culture do not practice mentorship or value the student as their role do not require entrance into society as a position, but rather as a product. This is true to the sense that our culture forget that rules are not a do or do not complication, but a process of growth and surrender of will for the good of the community. This is why it matters, though I know we do not live in this type of world, I practice ethics through giving 10 to 20% of my life and authority to others. This software show evidence of my belief system. I give 10 to 20% of my work to scholars. Honestly I do not have at all. I could have written this paper without any scholars. I have enough ideas as Einstein to stand on my own by my life experiences alone. I am well established through life lessons. I do not need to be unethical to arrive at my own theories. My life has enough evidence to permit me to be a scientist. My principles to give back 10 to 20% is a practice I have done since a child.
I think the software is more for the educator than the student. The student already knows what they are doing with their work. It is the educator who do not know how to evaluate and examine a student’s work. The software is for the educator. I was very clear in my work. I do not see it as unethical. As you see my work, everything lines up to the scholar versus my own work. I am a professional. I know my inventions from others. Aiding the educator is a service that students pay in their fees to assist the educators to be better mentors. But, I think educators forget the true purpose of software and research. Detecting plagiarism is criminal, and that is evidence to my theory of society creating criminals. On the other hand, the society I am moving toward plagiarism is a factor to examine. Instead it is a process and a stage of development.