plagiarism


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plagiarism (plā´jəriz´əm),

n an appropriation of the work, ideas, or words of another without proper acknowledgment.
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In the United States, plagiarism is deemed "a moral and ethical offense" rather than a legal one.
Even at post graduate level, there isn't a clear understanding of plagiarism in students.
Editor-in-chief Ben Smith later extended an apology for the plagiarism on Twitter as he called it "a breach of our fundamental responsibility.
IT'S AN open secret Indians do not regard plagiarism as a great sin.
If the Editors or reviewers suspect plagiarism, submitted articles will be checked with plagiarism detection software.
To address plagiarism in non-text format, researchers have attempted to create detection tools specific to each technology.
In 2002, growing concern about plagiarism, particularly students copying from the internet, prompted Jisc, experts on digital education technology, to fund a project to establish the Plagiarism Advisory Service.
Boch, an expert in rhetoric and writing education, examines plagiarism and intellectual property issues in the writing classroom.
The recent article on plagiarism in scientific publishing is very interesting [1].
H2c: There is a significant difference in justifying plagiarism behaviours among students with different level of studies.
The detection of plagiarism and the resulting administration of punitive measures against students accused of plagiarism is an incredibly time-consuming exercise for academics.