Text Research on Academic Misconduct of Colleges and Universities Students

Liang CHEN, Enlun CHEN


The text analysis of the punishment of 50 colleges and universities in founds that from Textual Perspectives by the punishment system dimensions, disciplinary proceedings of appearing on academic misconduct in the University student still have flaws, failed to achieve justice. Therefore, building a fair and equitable system of student academic misconduct penalties is of realistic meaning for the maintenance of academic moral relevance of the academic community.


Student academic misconduct; Penalties text; Basic theory

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