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  • Shakespeare got ideas from different chronicles and wrote plays. He simply developed others ideas. But he made it great. It is an example of good borrowing
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    • 1. Plagiarism
    • 2. What is Plagiarism ? It is an act of intellectual theft Who is a plagiarist? To be blunt he or she is a is a thief
    • 3.
      • An Act of Shame
      • Shameless Act
      • A senseless Act
    • 4.
      • Lack of Knowledge
      • Lack of Language
      • Lack of Application
      • Lack of Thinking
      • Lack of Ideas
      • Desire for Higher Grades
      • Lack of Time
      • Ignorance of the Consequence
      • Lack of Stringent actions against the Plagiarists
    • 5.
      • A Plague that infects the Academia
      • A Parasite that Mars Development in Research
      • Weakens the Research in General
      • Academic development is Hindered
      • Academic Integrity of the Plagiarist is at Stake
    • 6.
      • Word Plagiarism
      • Sentence Plagiarism
      • Paragraph Plagiarism
      • Style Plagiarism
      • Work plagiarism
      • Multiple Sources Plagiarism
      • Wrapper Swap Plagiarism
      • Unintentional Plagiarism
      • Performance Enhancement Plagiarism
    • 7.
      • Act of Dishonesty
      • An Example for Lack of Academic Integrity
      • Academic Forgery.
      • It is a cancer that eats into the vitals of critical enquiry and disinterested learning
      • It is a syndrome which captures the immune system of academic Power house
      • It is an academic scandal
      • In the wide spectrum of academia it plays a kings role in dethroning the kingdom of Intellectual development
    • 8.
      • Acquire Proficiency in the Language
      • Acquire Proficiency in the Subject
      • Improve Thinking
      • Develop Attitude for Research
      • Understand the Consequences of Plagiarism
    • 9.  
    • 10.
      • After overcoming basic temptations from
      • Plagiarism one should learn the way to acknowledge sources
      • There are certain things such as common knowledge which does not require documentation
      • Basic biography of an author
      • The dates of a historical event
      • Direct quotations and paraphrases are documented
      • Proverbs, sayings and clichés are not documented.
      • In case of doubt cite your source or sources
    • 11.  
    • 12. Variants of Plagiarism
      • Good Borrowing
      • Bad Borrowing
      • Plain Thieving
    • 13. Self- Plagiarism
      • Same ideas in several papers
      • Submitting an old paper without permission
      • Taking ideas from the same persons other works
      • Submitting same UG thesis again for PG grade
    • 14. Works of Collaboration
      • In a joint paper the role of the writers should
      • Be properly demarked
      • That is, who wrote what in the paper should be mentioned
      • In group projects the scholars should be assigned specific tasks and it should be acknowledged
    • 15. Copyright and Plagiarism
      • Plagiarism is also an act of copyright violation
      • Even with acknowledging the source one may commit copyright violation
      • One should request permission from the copyright owners if one uses materials beyond quotable limit– say a whole book
      • To include an work in the anthology one should get the permission from copyright owners
    • 16. Intellectual Property Right
      • All the copyright laws are governed by Intellectual Properties Right
      • Certain works are out of copyright
      • The works published after several years may be out of copyright
      • State owned or Nationalised works
      • Open source software and resources
    • 17. Plagiarism and Indian Academia
      • Indian academia is plagued by plagiarism
      • Unethical academic activities mar the ambience of research
      • Members of teaching faculty involving in more academic scams ruin the scope of research and the future of the nation
      • Academic scams are more destructive than financial scams
      • It ruins the reputation of research
      • It is a social malady
      • Leads to academic malnutrition
    • 18. More on Plagiarism Plagiarius in Latin means ‘’ Kidnapper, seducer, literary thief” “ Wrongful appropriation and publication as one’s own”- C. T. Onions Plagiary-noun Plagiarize- verb
    • 19. More forms Of Plagiarism
      • Intentional plagiarism
      • Unintentional Plagiarism
      • Conscious Plagiarism
      • Unconscious plagiarism
      • Deliberate plagiarism
      • Music plagiarism
    • 20. Definitions of Plagiarism
    • 21. A piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and is presented as being your own work the act of plagiarizing; taking someone's words or ideas as if they were your own wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
    • 22. Plagiarism, as defined in the 1995 Random House Compact Unabridged Dictionary, is the "use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work. ... en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Plagiarism
    • 23. The act of plagiarizing: the copying of another person's ideas, text, or other creative work, and presenting it as one's own, especially without permission; Text or other work resulting from this act en.wiktionary.org /wiki/plagiarism
    • 24. plagiarize - take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
    • 25. plagiarize - To use, and pass off as one's own, someone else's writing/speech en.wiktionary.org /wiki/plagiarize
    • 26. The act of copying any portion of another's work and representing it as your own, regardless of whether or not the work is copyrighted or in the public domain. It is unethical to do so, and if a copyrighted work is involved it can also be an infringement of property rights. ... www.uspto.gov/web/offices/ac/ahrpa/opa/kids/kidantipiracy02.htm
    • 27. Copying someone else's work and pretending that you wrote it . www.justice.gov/criminal/cybercrime/cyberethics_glossary.htm
    • 28. Submitting material that in part or whole is not entirely one's own work without attributing those same portions to their correct source. www.northwestern.edu/uacc/defines.html
    • 29. Failure to give the source of a quotation or paraphrase in which the language, thoughts, or ideas of another person are used as one's own. www.usg.edu/galileo/skills/ollc_glossary.phtml
    • 30. Passing off someone else's work as your own. You must follow certain guidelines to properly acknowledge the use of other people's ideas in your work. ... www.netnet.org/students/student%20glossary.htm