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The New Era on Plagiarism

During the old times before internet was invented plagiarism was already widespread. But potential plagiarists are more focused then, because they need to do researches to a limited resource in the library and dedicatedly copy them by hand. During those times cheating through that way has a very high risk of being discovered. Now through the internet, plagiarists are able to do their researches in a wide variety of links and websites. Without much time and dedication they can copy and paste different information and put them altogether to create an entire term paper or essay. Because they copy the information from different links ...

The Different Types of Plagiarism

Knowing the different types of plagiarism is a significant step towards the prevention of plagiarism. Some people define plagiarism as the copy or borrow of other person’s work, but the words “copy” and “borrow” could actually conceal the gravity of the offense of plagiarism. The types of plagiarism wherein the sources are not cited are: “The Poor Disguise”, “The Ghost Writer”, “The Photocopy”, “The Potluck Paper”, “The Self Stealer”, and “The Labor of Laziness”. The Poor Disguise. What the writers do in this type of plagiarism is they change how the source looks like by altering the phrases and keywords, while keeping the signif...

Steps to Avoid Plagiarism

When you copy other’s writer work without proper citation or documentation it is a called plagiarism. Whether you did it intentionally or unintentionally is not really important, the more important thing is how we can avoid plagiarizing. Plagiarizing is stealing. It is the stealing of some other people’s work and intellect, therefore it is unethical and very unprofessional so it will be wise for writers and students to avoid it. If you are an aspiring writer or journalist it is better to start your career with the right way to write. It will build you up as a credible and trusted writer not to mention as a moral ...

Probing Plagiarism Deeper – Part 3

Not being informed about the law is not a way out of the problem you are in. Even if you don’t intend to plagiarize, there are sanctions that will still be given to you. However, the magnitude of the sanctions differ from intended plagiarism and unintentional plagiarism. The law is just and lets you have the chance to fight for your case because of the law of fair use. Because of this, you are able to prove that you did not intend to plagiarize and your penalty will be decreased. The laws safeguarding copyrighted products still allows some of the ideas and concepts to be borrowed and this is by law of fair use. This law regulates ho...

Probing Plagiarism Deeper – Part 2

Changing the words from the original material by means of substituting words with their synonyms does not free you from the claws of the laws on plagiarism. You must at all times give credit to your source. It even does not excuse you from plagiarism, in some case, even though you properly cite your source. If you have borrowed many ideas and your work contains many quotations from the work of others, you are vulnerable to plagiarism. It is very conceivable that you have written something with the same topic as somebody else. You need not fear plagiarism for it is never possible to write something in the same manner as the others ...

Probing Plagiarism Deeper – Part 1

When talking about plagiarism, there are still plenty of questions that are left unsettled. This is a matter where there is great dispute among other countries and conflicting opinions. It is good to get to know the term, plagiarism and copyright laws to better understand them and how these may affect you. Just what is plagiarism all about? USA have copyright laws. Every time you make use of someone else’s idea, not properly acknowledging the source, and much worse, claiming it as your own, you are committing plagiarism. Plagiarism is considered a very serious crime that cannot be tolerated. Copying someone else’s ideas and work...

Prevent the Act of Plagiarism

There may be people who feel that they are not capable of writing something meaningful without the use of different sources and use it as part of their work, just so they would become recognized by a lot of people as well as feel as if they were able to fulfill something worthwhile since they were able to make use of another person’s work. But this kind of thinking should not be tolerated since every person has been blessed with a unique kind of way in terms of perceiving things as well as thinking about various perspectives in life, which means that each one would surely be able to come up with something significant. People, who ar...

Classification of Plagiarism

Plagiarism, the use of the work of others and misrepresenting those works as your own, is one of the most common forms of dishonesty nowadays. What further heightens plagiarism is the accessibility of information online, as well as electronic books and libraries. Just like other things, accessibility of information has its own drawbacks. The growth and success of the people are threatened by the increase rate of plagiarism that is why steps to prevent them need to be taken. Reasons Why People Plagiarize People plagiarize because they want to get things done quickly. They choose the convenience and having more free time over the ...

18 Main Terms in Plagiarism

There are many terms that are operatively used in the cases of plagiarism. Everybody should understand every bit that these terminologies mean. They might be able to help you in tight spots that you might possibly get in with regards to plagiarism. As with other things, knowing the basic concepts, like the terms that an idea uses, would help you to better understand more complicated things. Here are the common terms used in tackling cases of plagiarism. 1.Attribution The part where you let the reader know the sources of some of the contents of your work 2.Bibliography This is an organized and usually alphabetized list of your ...

Plagiarism Prevention

A booming industry, that is how plagiarism is being described. Students even university staff are reported to being academically dishonest due to plagiarism. Though this is not a new phenomenon, the widespread has been very alarming. Universities could not stop their students because even the university staffs are entangled to this crisis. The new technology plays a very big part of the widespread of plagiarism, the large number of websites and links lead to hundreds and thousands of would-be plagiarists. These online resources make it easy to just copy or download the project or assignment, which should have been more useful to ...

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