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When Plagiarism Becomes Theft
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by Jacob Millan
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When Plagiarism Becomes Theft

One might get away with rewriting the content and not copying it word-to-word. However, it’s unethical and is referred to as stealing. If you are giving an idea that has been taken from some source but presented in an entirely ….

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Differentiating Paraphrasing from Plagiarism
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by Jacob Millan
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Differentiating Paraphrasing from Plagiarism

Writing a paraphrase is when you write a summary of the readings and facts in your own words without citing the references you have taken the information from. You do not directly write anything out of whatever information you have ….

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Get Your Work Approved by the Dutch Spell Checker
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by Jacob Millan
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Get Your Work Approved by the Dutch Spell Checker

There is a lot of stuff we need to type on a computer. The stuff might contain some very important documents; for example, assignments given by teachers to the students, writing a CV for applying for a certain workplace or ….

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Plagiarizing Unknowingly and the Associated Fears
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by Jacob Millan
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Plagiarizing Unknowingly and the Associated Fears

Plagiarizing content intentionally is absolutely unacceptable. However, one might do it unknowingly. It might happen that you propose an idea or gain first-hand knowledge about something and later find out that it has already been proposed or posted somewhere by ….

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Difference between Plagiarism and Research
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by Jacob Millan
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Difference between Plagiarism and Research

It is usually debated when plagiarism is frowned upon while research is appreciated. Hence, it is important to know the difference between plagiarism and research clearly. Defining Research Research, as defined by YourDictionary.com, is a “careful, systematic, patient study and ….

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