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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 a heavy import scenario, the plagiarist locates one or more existing documents consistent with a topic and writing task, but usually a little beyond the subject matter expertise/ interest of the faculty mentor.
And by demonstrating the way her protagonist Helga Crane succumbs to the occupational hazard of the plagiarist, i.
As any unattributed borrowing (whether a little or substantial) makes the plagiarist liable, a zero tolerance approach tends to influence the investigative process, though in practice it rarely pans out (and should not) as the most conclusive or determinative factor in final decisions made in plagiarism cases.
And now, some copyright holders are fighting on another front, as they attempt to prevent plagiarists from copying their work.
You can also use a devilishly clever Bailey tool called a digital fingerprint to help you detect plagiarists.
0 technology is confusing the very concept of ownership, creating a generation of plagiarists and copyright thieves .
Professor copycat: Four academic plagiarists you've never heard of How many more are out there?
Now exam board Edexcel is acting to identify plagiarists.
I call the directors plagiarists because they, literally, steal the scripts," he says.
Even plagiarists who had downloaded entire essays from the Internet were sometimes able to avoid any academic penalty if their parents complained loudly enough.
In addition, he was unable to control the emergence of other literary trends such as culteranismo or to prevent the labors of lesser imitators or plagiarists.