Is Plagiarized Content Considered a Copyright Infringement?

April 10th, 2013

There is a very little difference between the act of plagiarism and the copyright infringement as both of these occur in the commercial, professional, academic and social fields. Basically plagiarism is defined by the act of copying and using someone’s data and without acknowledging the original source or attributing to the real source the data is used and owned by the writer as if it is his or her original work. Read the rest of this entry »

Plagiarism Becomes a Necessity

April 10th, 2013

There are many wrong concepts prevailing among the public in almost all the sectors regarding plagiarism. Most of the people think that practicing plagiarism is not a crime or a moral offense and it cannot hamper the professional career of any person if carried out on nominal basis. Especially it is thought by the students that this act is totally harmless and can also let them complete their work in time. As a result they can get their credentials aged and their assignments can be submitted in time. Read the rest of this entry »

Why Is It Important to Contextualize Plagiarism?

April 10th, 2013

Contextualizing of the act of plagiarism literally means appropriation of this act by law. The question; why is it important to contextualize plagiarism, can be best answered by quoting the fact that plagiarism is the major practice which greatly destroys the originality of some remarkable work done by someone. Mainly, it is concerned with the purloining of the work of any other author and then it is published as it is without referring to the source from which it was taken. Read the rest of this entry »

Prevention of Plagiarism through Various Evaluations

April 10th, 2013

Plagiarism is really spoiling the original literature and ultimately the quality as well as the quantity of the literary sources if being damaged to a serious extent. It is highly desirable to plan and devise prevention of plagiarism through various evaluations which could check for the existence of plagiarism and make possible measures to avoid and discourage it. Read the rest of this entry »

What Role Social Media Plays in Promoting Plagiarism

April 10th, 2013

The problem and tragedy of stealing content of different kinds is a major problem especially in the sector of social media management. This is found to be increasing everyday. It is important to understand what role social media plays in promoting plagiarism. Usually the problems arise when people use the quotes and texts which are property of someone else and without attributing to the original source they use these quotes and texts. Read the rest of this entry »

Progress Demands Plagiarism

April 2nd, 2013

Progress moves up on the grounds of success and dedication when the outstanding demands and ideas meet together on a flourishing platform. When these two factors of demanding and ideas are kept together, they come up and rise in terms of progress and development. In reference to documentation, plagiarism has been defined as showing someone else’s work as your own by not giving any source of credit towards the work done by the original author. Read the rest of this entry »

Contextualizing Plagiarism

April 2nd, 2013

To understand contextualizing plagiarism, let’s first discuss following:

• What is plagiarism?
• What is contextualizing?

What is Plagiarism?

Plagiarism has been defined as the practice of showing someone else’s work as your own production. This has been titled as a crime towards the association of copyrights and it is a violation of rights which have been drafted as important for the production of texts and formats. Read the rest of this entry »

Difference in Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement

April 2nd, 2013

Copyright Infringement and plagiarism are considered same by a lot of people.Actually, they are two different things having a slight difference between them. These two terms are inter-linked with each other and are used at different situations and cases. In some places, the plagiarism and copyright infringement form a link between them, but in practical terms, they are two different sitcoms.

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Social Media is Causing the Problem Of Plagiarism

April 2nd, 2013

Plagiarism is known as using another person’s work as your own without giving a credit or appreciation to the original creator of the work. This practice has been clicked as colossal crime towards the prescribed rules and regulations of writings, editing and copyrights terms. This is a fact that social media is causing the problem of plagiarism in today’s enormous internet world. The biggest examples of problems caused by plagiarism are social networking sites which are readily available across the web panel. Due to the advancement in social media sites it has been become difficult to avoid the eminent factor of plagiarism.

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Designing of Assessments that can Prevent Plagiarism

April 2nd, 2013

Designing of assessments that can prevent plagiarism has been developed within the electronic media platforms. These platforms have been designed especially to highlight the plagiarism which has been used in the text. Due to availability of these designed assessments the whole paragraphs and documents can be checked and analyzed easily. The assessments which prevent plagiarism have been marked as combat for the writers, authors and other sources present around the web portaging. There are many activities and assessments which have been designed and organized for the prevention of plagiarism. Read the rest of this entry »