Guide to Plagiarism

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/6/11 A Guide to Plagiarism
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/6/11 “The unauthorized use of the language and thoughts of
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/6/11 Plagiarism is UNETHICAL & the THEFT of another’s
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4/6/11 Plagiarism… Can be INTENTIONAL and/or ACCIDENTAL PLAGIARISM IS PLAGIARISM – Intent or motive does not matter in plagiarism issues!
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/6/11 TYPES OF PLAGIARISM
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4/6/11 The “Cut-n-Paste” Simply cutting and pasting sections (or all) of a document into the paper. Also called the “photocopy.”
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4/6/11 The “Cut-n-Paste” The “Cut-n- There are some The Original …. Civil recovery
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4/6/11 The Disguise A modification of the cut-n-paste. Changing some words in the “cut” in order to disguise plagiarism.
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4/6/11 The Disguise… The Disguise…. ….by a number The Original…. ….by a number of disjunctive factors, including jurisdictional boundaries, differing mandates, rivalries,
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4/6/11 Plagiarism of Authorship Having another person write the paper for you. Simply purchasing or stealing another’s entire work.
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4/6/11 Self-Plagiarism AKA “The Paper Recycler.” “….the core of the new document must constitute an original contribution to knowledge. ..” (APA, 2010, p. 16) Self-plagiarism is fraud!
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