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  • by Gulyás Bence
    • What is Plagiarism?
    • Types of Plagiarism
    • How to Recognize and Avoid It ?
    • The Culture of Plagiarism
    • Facts about Plagiarism
  • WHAT IS PLAGIARISM? _______________________________
    • Words like ‘copying’ or ‘borrowing’ reduce seriousness
    • Steal and pass off ideas of another
    • Already existing material
    • presented as new
    • literary theft
  • TYPES OF PLAGIARISM ___________________________
    • Deliberated
    • rewriting from books of articles
    • copying & pasting from web pages and online sources to create a P ATC HW O RK writing
    • buying, downloading, stealing or borrowing a paper
    • hiring someone to write your paper
    • Accidental
    • using source too closely when paraphrasing
    • building on someone's ideas without citation
    • recycling an old paper
    • not knowing what "common knowledge" is
    Copying from another source without citing (on purpose or by accident)
  • TYPES OF PLAGIARISM
    • Sources not Cited
    • The ghost writer
    • The photocopy
    • The poor disguise
    • The labor of laziness
    • The self-stealer
    • Sources Cited
    • The forgotten footnote
    • The misinformer
    • The too-perfect paraphrase
    • The resourceful citer
    • The perfect crime
  •  
  • HOW TO AVOID PLAIGARISM
    • Put everything in quotations
    • Paraphrase instead of replacing few words
    • Check your paraphrase for same phrases, words
  • CULTURE OF PLAGIARISM
  • FACTS ABOUT PLAGIARISM
    • A study by The Center for Academic Integrity found that almost 80% of college students admit to cheating at least once.
    • According to a survey by the Psychological Record 36% of undergraduates have admitted to plagiarizing written material.
    • A poll conducted by US News and World Reports found that 90% of students believe that cheaters are either never caught or have never been appropriately disciplined.
    • T he State of Americans: This Generation and the Next (Free Press, July 1996) states that 58.3% of high school students let someone else copy their work in 1969, and 97.5% did so in 1989.
  • REFERENCES
    • S ooman, D. ( 2011) . Tech Spot News . Retrieved from http://www.techspot.com/news/21975-internet-has-created-culture-of-plagiarism-in-universities.html
    • Writing Tutorial Services, Indiana University . Retrieved from http://www.indiana.edu/~wts/pamphlets/plagiarism.shtml
  • Thanks Thank you for your attention!!