ACADEMIC FRAUD AND MOTIVATION OF MODERN UNIVERSITIES STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Abstract and keywords
Abstract (English):
A review of domestic and foreign publications related to the analysis and classification of various forms of plagiarism and academic fraud in order to prevent them was carried out. The results of an empirical study of students ' attitude to plagiarism and an analysis of their motivation for educational activities are presented. Conclusions are made in accordance with the main content areas of the analysis and prospects for further research are outlined.

Keywords:
plagiarism, higher education, morality, academic fraud, motivation, self-development motivation, students
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