WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- If You Use It, Cite It. Jackowski, Melissa; Aaron, Laura // Radiologic Technology;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p88
The article offers information on how to avoid plagiarism and the importance of citation of references in writing an original article or research paper. It defines plagiarism as getting the ideas, processes, results, or even words from another person without recognition or giving credit. It...
- The Certification Paper and Plagiarism. Fleisman, Morris E.; Skiba, James M. // Cost Engineering;Mar2005, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p11
Provides informational tips on the avoidance of plagiarism. Failure to use one's own words and sentence structure in paraphrasing; Use of the ideas expressed by others without giving credit; Recognition of the author's name when using his idea.
- A Game-Theoretic Model of Plagiarism. Hoover, Gary A. // Atlantic Economic Journal;Dec2006, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p449
The damage to a reputation has long been viewed as the main and most effective deterrent against plagiarism among professional economists. We show that it is rational for individuals in the economics profession who want to plagiarize to engage in this activity given current incentives. Recent...
- What is Plagiarism? // Writing is the 'Right' Thing to Do!;2005, p98
The article provides information on plagiarism. A basic definition of plagiarism is using another person's idea or part of his/her work and presenting it as a writer's own. The two types of plagiarism are intentional and unintentional. Intentional plagiarism is cheating, while unintentional...
- STUDENT PLAGIARISM: TRENDS, ATTITUDES, AND COUNTER-STRATEGIES. Martin, Elizabeth M. // Proceedings of the Marketing Management Association;2003, p83
Focuses on trends, attitudes, and counter-strategies in student plagiarism. Information on plagiarism; Impact of technology on plagiarism; Response of the faculty to student plagiarism.
- Greetings from Davangere, Karnataka, India: Searching versus researching. Reddy, Subba // Journal of the Indian Society of Pedodontics & Preventive Dentis;Jan-Mar2011, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p1
The author reflects on plagiarism in research works. He stresses that plagiarism is an act of fraud that involves stealing someone else's ideas and lying about it, which lowers the standard of ethics. He argues that it is a violation of copyright laws and suggests that students must be taught...
- Deja vu A study of duplicate citations in Medline. Mounir Errami; Justin M. Hicks; Wayne Fisher; David Trusty; Jonathan D. Wren; Tara C. Long; Harold R. Garner // Bioinformatics;Jan2008, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p243
Motivation: Duplicate publication impacts the quality of the scientific corpus, has been difficult to detect, and studies this far have been limited in scope and size. Using text similarity searches, we were able to identify signatures of duplicate citations among a body of abstracts. Results: A...
- Reflections on Plagiarism~Part 1 "A Guide for the Perplexed" Hoffer, Peter Charles // Perspectives;Feb2004, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p17
Part II. Provides information pertaining to plagiarism. Definition of plagiarism; Copyright violations; Advice for writers, readers and teachers of history on how to avoid plagiarism; Forms of indebtedness to another work; Common manner of giving credit for a scholarly debt.
- Chapter 1: Writing Ethics. // Cite It Right;Jan2007, p1
Chapter 1 of the book "Cite It Right" is presented. It explores the ethical dimensions of writing and researching. It discusses the fundamentals of source citation and emphasizes the negative consequences of plagiarism. It adds that taking intellectual property without asking permission is...