Literature Review and Plagiarism

Literature Review and Plagiarism
  • The word plagiarism comes from the Latin plagiarius meaning “kidnapper“.
  • When someone reviews an article, he/she should give the credit (acknowledgement) to the author of the article
  • Plagiarism can also occur unconsciously, but has to be mended.
  • Within academia, plagiarism by students, professors, or researchers is considered academic dishonesty or academic fraud and offenders are subject to academic censure.
Two Types of Plagiarism
Intentional
  • Copying a friend’s work
  • Buying or borrowing papers
  • Cutting and pasting blocks of text from electronic sources without documenting
  • Media “borrowing”without documentation
  • Web publishing without permissions of creators
Unintentional
  • Careless paraphrasing
  • Poor documentation
  • Quoting excessively
  • Failure to use your own “voice”

 

 

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