The scourge of plagiarism

Nayak, Barun K.; Maniar, Ranjit
June 2006
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology;Jun2006, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p75
Academic Journal
Encourages authors not to commit plagiarism as they publish. Response to plagiarism in academic publishing; Definition of plagiarism; Nuances and dimensions of plagiarism; Reasons authors are committing plagiarism; Similarities between plagiarism and theft.


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