Cheating refers to an immoral way of achieving a goal. It is generally used for the breaking of rules to gain advantage in a competitive situation. Cheating is the getting of reward for ability by dishonest means. This broad definition will necessarily include acts of bribery, cronyism, sleaze, nepotism and any situation where individuals are given preference using inappropriate criteria.The rules infringed may be explicit, or they may be from an unwritten code of conduct based on morality, ethics or custom, making the identification of cheating a subjective process. Cheating is defined in the dictionary as, to deceive by trickery; swindle, however the dictionary fails to tell you if it is right or wrong to cheat. People have many different beliefs when it comes to cheating; some think its fine to do while others completely disapprove. I intend to show the different beliefs, from different perspectives of people, and also intend on proving which beliefs have the strongest and weakest arguments.
Type of cheating in culture
Cheating in School
http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/10/why-do-students-cheat-in-school/. What I have observed about cheating in my school is that there is not a lot because we are very small compared to most high schools. We are like a family so it is easy to tell if someone cheated by copying a paper from someone else or took it off the internet. It is always wrong to cheat but that never completely stops anyone from doing it. Cheating has gotten bad over the past years. the people at my old school loves to cheat. they would cheat in front of the teachers. they wouldn’t do anything. i think cheating is wrong, people who cheat shouldn’t allow to past to the next grade. website that we should blame is wikipedia. why because it give the answer sometimes and the kids are to lazy to think of doing it on their own. i agreed with the expert quote that some child don’t understand that cheating is wrong, they don’t understand that cheating is not going to help them in life.
Cheating in Sports
^ Roberts, Glyn. "Cheating in Sport". Elsevier Inc.. Retrieved 21 September 2012. Sports are governed by both customs and explicit rules regarding acts which are permitted and forbidden at the event and away from it. Forbidden acts frequently include performance-enhancing drug taking (known as "doping"),using equipment that does not conform to the rules or altering the condition of equipment during play, and deliberate harassment or injury to competitors. High profile examples of alleged cheating include Lance Armstrong, Ben Johnson's disqualification following the 100 metres final at the 1988 Summer Olympics, and admissions of steroid use by former professional baseball players after they have retired, such as José Canseco and Ken Caminiti. One of the most famous instances of cheating occurred during the 1986 FIFA World Cup quarter-final, when Diego Maradona used his hand to punch the ball into the goal of England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.Another example of this, more recently was Luis Suarez's handball during the quarter finals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup when in the dying seconds he punched the ball off the line, preventing a clear Ghana goal.Using the hand or arm by anyone other than a goalkeeper is illegal according to the rules of association football. Illegally altering the condition of playing equipment is frequently seen in sports such as baseball and cricket. For example in baseball, a pitcher using a doctored baseball (e.g. putting graphite or Vaseline on the baseball), or a batter using a corked bat are some examples of this. Circumvention of rules governing conduct and procedures of a sport can also be considered cheating. During the 2007 Formula One Season, driver Fernando Alonso was labelled a "cheat" for exchanging confidential information between the teams of Scuderia...