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    1. Introduction According to Wikipedia, plagiarism is the “wrongful appropriation” and “stealing and publication” of another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions”, and the representation of them as one’s own original work. Plagiarism itself is not a crime, but can constitutes copyright infringement. The idea remains problematic with unclear rules. The modern concept of plagiarism as immoral and originality as an ideal emerged in Europe only in the 18th century, particularly with the Romantic movement. 2. Aim The aim of this study is to analyse three different cases of plagiarism published in United Kingdom ten years ago, or earlier. 3. Objective a. Identify an academic plagiarism b. Identify plagiarism in musical industry c. Identify a plagiarism case in Journalism The…

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    Why Is Plagiarism Wrong

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    Plagiarism exists everywhere in this world and you can never escape it. It usually starts in a school with essays and homework and then travels to the real world of music, movies, and multimedia. Our students’ job is to understand the importance of plagiarism and why not to do it. This policy will talk about those things as well as what is plagiarism, the different types of it, how to avoid it, why it is considered wrong, when and why to cite information, and the consequences that follow after…

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    Plagiarism in todays world has become relatively tempting for some, with search engines at the tip of our fingers, I agree that we are faced with more students, professionals, etc. that will be more disposed to plagiarize their work in some way or form. Technology has graced us with such fortunate capabilities, however, the internet has given us access to an abundance of information. Information that we can obtain with just the click of a finger and has given many the ability to lie, cheat, and…

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    Plagiarism, can be one of the many issues of a student’s academic life, it is simple to understand what plagiarism is defined to be but may seem tough to bypass. There are many different types of plagiarism but in terms of English it can be classified as “Intellectual theft”. From the defined definition from dictionaries, plagiarism is the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own work. “Plagiarism derives from the Latin word “Plagiarus” which translates…

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    portion of a student’s grade can include writing papers, these papers have to be well executed and turned in on time. Having a hard life should not justify turning in a late paper. It should not be acceptable because they have the same amount of time to complete the paper as everyone else. Time management is where this would come into play. Just as long as the student manages their time well, they should not have an issue with turning the paper in on the expected due date. A huge factor that…

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    Pseudonymity is best described as the practice of using forged documents to create new works of writing bearing a deceased writers name, instead of the current writer claiming the credit for the work. Many of Paul’s writings and letters have been said to have not actually been written by Paul himself. Many scholars believe that some letters were creations of Psuedonymity(Harris,2014). The Psuedonymity practice was quite popular among apostolic writers and was widespread among Hellenistic Judaism…

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    especially when college students have other classes to think about. Students may consider that copying and pasting here and there will not matter, but it does. Plagiarism is not acceptable in any part of the education process; not only does it steal somebody else’s idea, but it can affect the students’ academic record, possibly causing the student to no be permitted from entering college. Plagiarism is a major problem among college students, and it can lead to serious consequences. It may be…

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    making a decision in order to avoid a punishment. Mike does not want to be punished for plagiarism, especially because he works hard and does well in school. He does not want to risk failing the paper or not being able to attend the private high school. The second stage in moral development, individualism and exchange, occurs when individuals “recognize that there is not just one right view that is handed down by the authorities. Different individuals have different viewpoints” (Mcleod, S.A.).…

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    Academic Integrity

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    authenticity to the writing as well as credibility. It allows the reader to go back and analyze the information that was provided. In doing so, this offers the capability to give correct credit without the interruptions of your own work and thought process (Attribution and Plagiarism). More than likely the instructor will briefly talk about the aspects of attribution and the application process, but it is simply your responsibility to carry out and complete this…

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    the Pen Plagiarism exists at the highest level of our academic careers. Plagiarism doesn’t just tarnish one 's own academic integrity, it also affects the colleges or universities reputation as a whole. It seems completely irrational that students and writers alike, gamble away their own integrity for a chance at attaining glory. Writers often have their own style and the addition another author’s writing causes a feeling of alienation between texts. People who plagiarize while…

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