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What You Need To Know About Plagiarism

A Closer Look at Plagiarism There are a lot of people who may still be having doubts as to what does plagiarism really mean and how it is really defined. The act of plagiarism is not only constrained to copying the work, but it may be considered as stealing someone else’s idea, which may truly be frustrating for someone who has devoted a lot of time and effort to really establish the work and even shared it to others, most especially if it is readily available once you browse through the Internet. Bear in mind to always cite where you were able to get that particular information in order to avoid getting accused of plagiarizing so...

A Few Words about Plagiarism Laws

The Law of Plagiarism is something that has created quite a stir at some universities and colleges. Making some students, who have committed plagiarism, assume that what they have done is not really something that could, affect their studies, or even somewhat be an event that would affect their status in school. The law affirms that any educational institution, like that of any college and / or university, decrees that these educational institutions would have to deliberate on the student’s conduct, and at times, is noted to say that plagiarism is an academic offense, not a legal offense. This simply is a misconception, and which is...

A Thin Line Between Copyright Infringement and Plagiarism

Plagiarism and copyright infringement are more or less given the same meanings by most people. There might be some similarities between the two terms but they should not be used as perfect synonyms for each other because they are not. They also have big differences which make them imperfect synonyms. Here is how these two are defined. Copyright infringement only happens to works which have been covered by copyright. The particular act of infringement happens when someone else, someone who has not asked permission from the creator of the copyrighted work used it. When you would ask permission from the creator of a copyrighted work, ...

What is Systematic Plagiarism?

Plagiarism has become widespread because there are more temptations now, with all the ready-made and readily available information just lying around in the Internet. There are different kinds of plagiarism, one of which is systematic plagiarism. Systematic plagiarism is the type which is intentionally and all-knowingly committed. This is so much unlike the accidental plagiarism which is not knowingly done by a person. Systematic plagiarism has plagued the gates of the learning institutions because this is usually resorted to by students time and time again for the papers that they were told to make. Even the newspapers have cases ...

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