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. Continue reading
Plagiarism is such a curse that has polluted all of the categories and classes of the arts and original creations. Not only the fields of arts but this curse has also poisoned the scientific researches and the papers which are released by the scientists every year based on their hard work and research work. Now even these are being stolen and copied. This is the thing which needs to be stopped immediately because this is very dangerous and can be a real threat to the growing knowledge and education. Continue reading
Movies are considered the major source of entertainment but this sole source of entertainment is being infiltrated with the copying and plagiarism kinds of things. Previously the only true and wise concept about movies was that these were meant to be truly artistic in approach and original in concept conveying some sort of message or providing some definite entertainment. However, it has been changed to a great extent. Continue reading
Talking about plagiarism claims
is fun because it sounds so similar to what students used to do in their exams while copying stuff from their neighbouring students. So, many students might consider their act pretty justified since the “grown-ups” are doing the same. It’s just that when you used to copy stuff in the exam it was called copying or cheating but a more professional and formal term for the same type of work is plagiarism. Of course, you were never given a choice to quote the original writer’s name and work in your paper sheet to get away with it – definitely, a pun intended. Continue reading
To understand contextualizing plagiarism, let’s first discuss the 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. Continue reading