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    it is the high time that you hire the services of a ghostwriter. Benefits of using a Ghostwriter are really immense and that the reason you should hire their services. Ghostwriters normally do the actual writing for you in exchange for money. They normally forgo all the copyrights of the work and your name goes on the book cover as the author. The following are some of the benefits of hiring a ghostwriter for your book: 1. Saves your money Hiring a ghostwriter saves you the agony of spending a lot of money on experts to do the writing for you. Most experts…

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    that assist you in better writing skills. There are sites that give you feedback after you copy and paste your essay on to their site; there are essays that guide you into inserting the correct citations on research essays, there are a couple websites that have professional writers or college professors from other universities proof read your essay and give you feedback in order to achieve the best grade possible, and lastly, there are even websites that check your essay for plagiarism!…

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    Committing Transcription Theft Students may ask the question about how written or transcript of material can be stolen. This to many professors or peer reviewers assess transcription theft as plagiarism, which is known to be the misuse of other peoples work to be depicted as one’s own work. Illegally statement or trying to convince readers such as professors, teachers, peer reviewers, etcetera; that the written material given was of your own work and ideas when in fact knowing it came from other…

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    Self-Plagiarism Is Wrong

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    People always talk about the importance of being an academic honest student, however only a small amount of students honor this commitment. Therefore, it is significant to emphasize that using ideas without citing in writing is both morally and legally wrong particularly in college, where students are completely responsible for all of their behaviors. Owning others’ ideas is unacceptable because it violates the copyright laws carried out by U.S Supreme Court. The most typical case of the…

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    "An act or instance of using or closely imitating the language andthoughts of another author without authorization and therepresentation of that author's work as one's own, as by not crediting the original author," is how dictionary.com defines plagiarism. Having been a student for the majority of my life, it has been taught to me that when it comes to writing, plagiarism is one of the worst mistakes you can make. However; the timeless issue of ownership over a work of art has been present not…

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    Most initial drafts of papers contain numerous mistakes, which later on are made strides. The initial draft of the student composing on Scott Jaschik's article, "Winning Hearts and Minds in War on Plagiarism," contains many faults, which prevent the draft from reaching its full potential. The main basic error the student made was utilizing proper nouns excessively all through the starting draft. The student specifies and refers to the author commonly all through the entire draft. Despite the…

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    Response to “How Dumb Do They Think We Are?” by Jonathan Malesic In the course of learning, students transition from readers to writers. In most of the circumstances, academic essays require them to use other people’s ideas to develop theirs. However, the problem arises when the students can hardly present their original ideas without infringing the rights of other researchers. Although plagiarism is a crime punishable by law, it is common in most of the institutions despite their campaigns…

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    Why Is Plagiarism Wrong

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    Plagiarism is using consecutive words or more from another author and taking the credit for it. Plagiarism is done if a person does not cite where the information was retrieved. Quotations used from different authors or websites should always be cited, so it is clear that the writer recognizes where the source is coming from, otherwise, it is considered plagiarism. The Internet contains a variety of information and “it’s possible to believe this information is just out there for anyone to take”…

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    We begin by establishing a few definitions and motivations, focusing on both why students resort to employing ghostwriters and why universities attempt to counteract the practice. This is followed by a review of related research into ghostwriting, where we address some of the current shortcomings. Then we introduce the topic of author profiling as a promising mechanism for detecting academic ghostwriting, and finally end with a discussion of necessary…

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    An online drop-box where whistleblowers could anonymously share classified documents. It takes an unconventional mind to imagine and create an organisation like WikiLeaks. Most certainly, Julian Assange, its founder, is one particular character. The Australian-born has been described as a “criminal endangering both governments and individuals and by others a hero devoted to revealing vital hidden truths.” His paranoïa and predominant interest in conspiracies towards controlled information led…

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