Custom Term Papers and the revolving argument.
Custom term papers are getting immense popularity among the students of present generation. Why? Maybe, because the new generation spends more time dating, partying tweeting and facebooking rather than studying? This can be true to some extent, or a wide extent, but drawing a perception by observing a group of selected youth will be called as "jumping to conclusions". There can be many other reasons why students might choose custom term papers for themselves, instead of doing all the hard work. We can also put down the reason that most of the students work part-time to care about their financial businesses and therefore, a student life can be a reflection of nothing but burden and assignments.
Term papers are aimed at enhancing research and researching capabilities in a student. Research is the basic and most fundamental part of modern scientific community and if a student has to survive and progress in the academic and scientific circles, he must be able to write, understand, comprehend and explain research papers. For this reason, term papers were designed and made a part of our modern educational system.
However, with the booming industry of custom term papers which deliver quality and reliable work on time and with only a payment of a few hundred dollars, can be achieved easily, professors and universities are blacklisting such activities and any student caught using such services is penalized and punished. Why such steps are being taken and what is the argument against custom term papers? Let's have a look.
Custom papers are essentially written by qualified authors and academic writers who are paid to do research work for the client. They are given all the guidelines, instructions and deadlines, and they finish the assignment. In this approach, the client gets his score and the writer gets his money. If we think about it literally then it is essentially the work of someone else with your name on the front. Almost all of the teachers regard it as cheating while students consider it as simply "taking the help of someone".
Teachers usually allow students to take help of any guiding senior on their research work and they are not prohibited for finding information from as many locations as they can. But if they factor of money is involved then it becomes unacceptable? This is a very ambiguous explanation. We can also look towards the tradition of "Ghostwriting", where the author is someone else who writes on the behalf of someone else, usually a great personality or celebrity. Almost all the books that are published by celebrities and politicians etc are ghost-written. So, if all human beings are equivalent, then what grants them the right to "cheat" explicitly without being under any scrutiny and even making heaps of cash through their publication? Custom term papers can also be regarded as an example of ghostwriting. If every other form of ghostwriting is acceptable then why not the restriction over this "ghostwriting"? Custom term papers are prevalent just because of this fact.
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