Results for: Plagiarism

The question and answer are locked and cannot be edited.

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 good (MORE)

What do you mean plagiarism?

Plagiarism is using someone elses answer, idea or writing and claiming it as your own knowing it is not your work or not giving the original writer credit.
Thanks for the feedback!

What is paraphrasing plagiarism?

Paraphrasing is considered plagiarism if it is not cited and you  take credit for the work/idea. If you cite the information and give  credit to the author, then no, paraphr (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 consequen (MORE)

What is global plagiarism?

Plagiarism can be defined as reproducing someone else's words,  ideas or findings and presenting them as one's own without proper  acknowledgment"Global plagiarism takes pla (MORE)

What are the punishments of plagiarizing?

(Directly from an article) ""In an academic context, it's really about shame," says Corynne McSherry, an intellectual property attorney in San Francisco and author of "Who Own (MORE)

What does plagiarism consist of?

Plagiarism takes the intellectual work, written work, or other creative work, in whole or in part, and using it without crediting the source. The source is the "creator" of t (MORE)

Why should you not plagiarize?

Because you are most likely doing it for attention and also most likely will get caught. And why would u be friends wit that person anyway?
Thanks for the feedback!