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Ways to Avoid Plagiarism

Rewording and summing up are very synonymous. It engages in obtaining thought, words and phrases from someone else and making it into new sentences within your writing. Rewording is getting the idea and changing the words used, and summing up is obtaining the idea and making it into a shorter version. Either rewording or summing up, acknowledgement is always given to the original writer. Here is a part of John Anderson’s “How We Misjudge Other People.” Psychological News 122.6 (1992): p747. When we talk with others well, we should know what we can and cannot do during the process. A person should not think of others as if one really...

Watching Out for Plagiarism

A Plagiarized Work Some people may not be able to fully comprehend as to what is considered to be a plagiarized work. One may not know that committing the act of plagiarism is a n act of corruption. This act is already becoming an issue to a lot of people since there are now guidelines or rules relating to copyright, which means that every person should always be careful with regard to what they right and if for instance they rely on a particular source, they should not take it as if it is their own work. You may be surprised to know that even if you are a still in school, you may already be charged with doing a plagiarized ...

Truth and Their Evidences about Plagiarism

Listed below are the current neat facts about plagiarism: Based on the research conducted by The Center for Academy Integrity, there are approximately 80% of students in the tertiary level who confessed to have cheated at the minimum count of once. Psychological Record survey revealed that 36% in the undergraduate level have owned up to commit plagiarism of papers. There are 90% of pupils who supposed that those who cheat are those who have either never been fittingly confronted of their actions and those who have never been seized of doing so according to US News and World Reports survey data. This information comes from the State ...

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