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Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
Copyrighting vs. plagiarism
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  • 1. COPYRIGHT
    VS.
  • 2. PLAGIARISM
  • 3. Permission
    vs.
    Acknowledgment
  • 4. PLAGIARISM
  • 5.
  • 6. But only if you show respect to the original author
  • 7. If you do not show respect it could be embarrassing
  • 8. Or even insulting
  • 9. “Plagiarism is a matter of etiquette”- Randy Cohen
  • 10. Always ACKNOWLEDGE the author in your writing
  • 11. “Plagiarism is a matter of ethics.”- Laura J. Murray
  • 12. Plagiarism is not illegal, but it is frowned upon.
  • 13. Plagiarism will earn you failure, but not put you in jail.
  • 14. Plagiarism has nothing to do with money…
  • 15. On the other hand, there is Copyright Infringement.
  • 16. Which does have a lot to do with money
  • 17. Copyrighted things are like property and are only “for sale”
  • 18. “Proper copyright practice turns on PERMISSION.”-Murray
  • 19. And most of all… “Copyrighting is a matter of law”-Cohen

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