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  • 1. Prepared by :AMIRA IZZATTY
  • 2. THIS IS NOT AREA OFPLAGIARISM
  • 3. BUT
  • 4. What is“PLAGIARISM”
  • 5. PLAGIARISM
  • 6. PLAGIARISM
  • 7. PLAGIARISM
  • 8. PLAGIARISM
  • 9. PLAGIARISM
  • 10. Plagiarism as theact of taking thework
  • 11. Plagiarism as theact of taking thework or idea ofsomeone else
  • 12. Plagiarism as theact of taking the work or idea of someone elseand pass it off as one’s own (Esra Ereta, 2009)
  • 13. PLAGIARIST WILLOR EXPELLED FROM WORK OR UNIVERSITIY
  • 14. To make it
  • 15. To make it
  • 16. DON’T
  • 17. • Esra Ereta, T. G. (2010). Plagiarism in Higher Education. Plagiarism in Higher Education, 1-5.• LOUISA-JAYNE STARK, T. J., & PERFECT. (2008). The effects of repeated idea elaboration. The effects of repeated idea elaboration, 65-73.• Education.html. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.asiaone.com• Plagiarism Affects Students. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com• Raihanah M. M., R. S. (2011). Developing a Critical Response, Avoiding Plagiarism among. Developing a Critical Response, Avoiding Plagiarism among, 517-521.