Ghostwriting internally: the requests
Academic ghostwriters are sometimes asked unusual questions. But how should this be answered? In the case of an explicit assignment for a bachelor, master or master’s thesis, several aspects have to be considered.
First, ghostwriters are versatile. However, they do not intend to conflict with the law. At the same time, they are obliged to discretion to their customers. For this reason, the answer to the above question may be mostly negative.
The ghostwriter could advise the customer at best: “Sure you can – you just can not submit them.” He could also answer: “I write scientific texts, not bachelor’s theses” – still in the hope that the customer the subtle difference and, if necessary, reconsidering his question formulation.
As a rule, academic ghostwriters are not very interested in what happens to their lyrics. They see the text production as a craft, partly creative ability, which requires the skillful handling of research tools, databases, scientific journals, professional standard works and the associated software. When an assignment is completed, ghostwriters turn to the next one. This may sound pragmatic or sobering, but it does correspond to the reality of this profession.
Anyone considering using the help of ghostwriters for exam-relevant services, such as theses, should find out about legal admissibility. First clues can be found in this post.
Sure, there are customers who do not read the terms and conditions of ghostwriters or recruitment agencies, or submit one-to-one papers – speculating that the chances of being discovered are extremely low. However, this is less due to the opaque market for text services than to the framework of the science system.
Back to the initial question: If you need a scientific paper, you should request it explicitly. Who bothers agencies with questions like the above, the first is the risk of coming to dubious providers who ignore the legal consequences, secondly, he documents a carelessness that could bring him later in distress.