Collaborations in individual projects reveal a 50/50 proportion indicating that half of the projects submitted in Rocky are not genuine. Such students do not follow academic research ethics and such aspects have a high probability of being translated to the work place environment (Bernstein, 2009).Additionally, the male students have revealed a high prevalence of cheating via copying from the internet as opposed to the female (57. This indicates that males have a higher probability of showing unethical behaviour related to the Internet as they seem to rely much on it. Collaboration on individual projects has been depicted to show equal results in its proportions (50% vs. This indicates that all the evaluations tests presented to these students do not reflect their capabilities and autonomy, effectively. The individual projects presented at the end of the course are essential tools to evaluate students on research techniques and ethics in research. Collaboration has been prevalent among the females as opposed to the males (57.Moreover, the figures depicted under each variable are scary and may suggest that future students may not be relied in any corporate environment. It may concluded that, 46.7% of all Rocky students rely on the Internet to do their assignments, 53.3% of the total population rely on copying from friends during exams and 50% of the total students present unoriginal projects. Hence it can be concluded that, at least 46.7% of Rocky’s university population is involved in some kind of cheating (Bernstein, 2009). Therefore, the Dean has not been taking the corrective measures mitigate this problem; hence there will be continued challenge of unethical practices in the corporate environment, ceteris paribus.In the given sample, there are 44 males in which 4 of them do not cheat in any of the three types indicating that 40 of them have cheated. Constructing a 95% CI of the males who are involved in cheating is given by;Therefore, Z calculated is less than the Z critical hence Reject H0 and concluded that the business students at Rocky business college who do not indulge in some type of cheating is less than that of other business students elsewhere as seen from the study. However, there is still a room to examine the phenomenon at significance levels of 0.01 and 0.1 to compare the results.From the study, it can be concluded that 54.33% of the students
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