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What is plagiarism?

Plagiarism (say: play -juh-rih-zem) is when you use someone else's words or ideas and pass them off as your own. It's not allowed in school, college, or beyond, so it's a goo (MORE)

How can you prevent plagiarism?

Well, plagiarism is not really a safety issue, that will damage anything, so you can't really prevent it, but it you think people are plagiarizing off of your wrok, you mgiht (MORE)

How do you get plagiarizes?

How do you know if you plagiarized someone's work? Or how do you know if you have committed plagiarism? The easiest way to find out if you plagiarized a work is to put the ori (MORE)

What is plagiarized?

It's when you take some one else's work and copy it and don't give that person credit for their work. You just have to paraphrase ( rewrite in your own words) it. If you plagi (MORE)

How does plagiarism hurt students who do not plagiarize?

One way to judge how plagiarism hurts students who do not plagiarize is to look first at students who do not plagiarize. Students who do NOT plagiarize learn: . to think for (MORE)

Who can plagiarize?

Anyone "could" plagiarize, but no one "should" plagiarize. To plagiarize means taking the words or ideas of someone else and trying to claim they are yours. If I use the word (MORE)

What is the eytmology of plagiarism?

plagion(greek)-plagium(latin)-plagirius(latin)-plagiarism(english) It first originated from the Greek word plagion and thentransformed in to the Latin word plagium which mea (MORE)

Can you plagiarize a bibliography?

This question is probably not quite asking what you intend. Plagiarism is stealing, so you are asking if it is ok to steal a bibliography. Of course, stealing is not ok. It's (MORE)

What is plagiarism and What are the consequences of plagiarism?

Plagiarism is the copying of someone's work that is not your own, and claiming that you wrote it. Plagiarism is an academic offense, but it not itself illegal. The conseque (MORE)

When is plagiarism not plagiarism?

Hmm... perhaps when you copy your own words and ideas from something that you own, so it looks like plagiarism but you actually have permission from yourself? :)
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