Plagiarism

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  • The act of intentionally or unintentionally using another's words or ideas without proper attribution. Plagiarism commonly takes two forms. The first, often referred to as direct plagiarism, is the use of verbatim, or nearly verbatim, passages of another's written or spoken words without citing the original source or identifying the verbatim sections by the use of quotation marks or other means (e.g., block quotation). The second, often referred to as indirect plagiarism, is the paraphrasing of another's written or spoken words without identifying the source of the paraphrased material. Mosaic plagiarism is a type of indirect plagiarism where another's work is paraphrased and interspersed with new material in such a manner that it is impossible to determine which ideas are original and which are paraphrased. ...

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