Accused Youth and High School Pupils on the Phenomenon of School Cheating. Research Report


The article presents an opinion on the phenomenon of juvenile scams school. The study included 30 children residing in a shelter for minors, and 30 high school students. On the basis of research results, has been determined the scale and scope of the fraud committed by respondents. Method was used diagnostic survey using their own questionnaire consisting of thirteen closed questions and one open. The analysis of the results of empirical research has shown that there is widespread public attitude to pull confirmed among the young people of both groups. Studies have shown that both juveniles juvenile centers, as well as surveyed high school students often use illegal forms of assistance at school and blameworthy to justify the reasons for such proceedings. It was also found that subjects continually multiply reasons for frequent use of unauthorized aid. The respondents are of the opinion that there can be a general belief, supposedly with revenue could not fight. This phenomenon is prevalent despite the tightening of authoritarian attempts to limit by teachers and educators.


fraud school; the phenomenon of downloading; a shelter for minors

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Published : 2015-07-28

Parcheta-Kowalik, M., & Ukalisz, A. (2015). Accused Youth and High School Pupils on the Phenomenon of School Cheating. Research Report. Resocjalizacja Polska, (9), 121-135. Retrieved from

Małgorzata Parcheta-Kowalik 
Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie  Poland
Alina Ukalisz 
Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie  Poland

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