A plagiarist is a person who has committed plagiarism illegally promoting oneself, a plagiarist is a person who has committed plagiarism illegally promoting oneself



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A plagiarist is a person who has committed plagiarism (illegally promoting oneself ,

  • A plagiarist is a person who has committed plagiarism (illegally promoting oneself ,

  • using someone else's work or idea

  • under his own name ) (http://www.sjp.pl/plagiator ) In other words, he is a... thief ...



Sure, but in Latin plagiarius also means kidnapper (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism).

  • Sure, but in Latin plagiarius also means kidnapper (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism).

  • Someone has devoted effort, time and money to study materials, analyse a problem / coin a term /created a theory / describe something very aptly / illustrate and intricately construct a text .. ..and now someone else takes it aways from him by

  • "copy " and " paste . „

  • It's not fair



It's not about money, and if the argument of honesty is not convincing here, how about this: The whole point of studies is taking the trouble to

  • It's not about money, and if the argument of honesty is not convincing here, how about this: The whole point of studies is taking the trouble to

  • s-t-u-d-y something. Intellectual effort, like physical effort, leads to growth and development. A lazy person does harm to himself: the incompetence of a graduate who cuts corners by plagiarising will sooner or later be exposed in the workplace.



Plagiarism can be revealed years later, when someone has secured himself a professional position.

  • Plagiarism can be revealed years later, when someone has secured himself a professional position.

  • And then the disclosure of his dishonesty is only going to hurt even more and may haunt him forever .

  • Some examples, perhaps?









It’s partly schools’ fault: they should warn students about plagiarism from the beginning.

  • It’s partly schools’ fault: they should warn students about plagiarism from the beginning.

  • At NCU one needs to unlearn copying, hence this presentation

  • Moreover, let people who want to copy be afraid. Honest people simply have to demonstrate due knowledge and diligence



Wrong

  • Wrong

  • 1. a student’s text that appears on his teacher ‘s desk out of the blue (without the process of negotiation of its structure and early versions ) will always be suspect,



2. a teacher simply enters a characteristic phrase into a search engine and, voilà,

  • 2. a teacher simply enters a characteristic phrase into a search engine and, voilà,

  • its source gets revealed

  • 3. Besides, an experienced teacher can easily tell a student’s academic style from someone else’s .



Yes , but those who simply have documented something wrongly, as a result of ignorance or carelessness, without fraudulent intent , will be treated more gently (but will hear something from their teachers). Real punishment is for those who have bought the work of others or have knowingly been dishonest (rewrote, copied things, pretending they never did)

  • Yes , but those who simply have documented something wrongly, as a result of ignorance or carelessness, without fraudulent intent , will be treated more gently (but will hear something from their teachers). Real punishment is for those who have bought the work of others or have knowingly been dishonest (rewrote, copied things, pretending they never did)



If no fraudulent intent is suspected, the matter is between the student and his teacher. It is mandatory that a teacher should report to the dean any plagiarised end-of-term paper. Then, in consultation with the teacher, the dean may decide on a written reprimand (for the student’s file), which is the softest approach, or the Disciplinary Board may be involved which, in turn, may refer the matter further to the Prosecutor's Office. (You’d better not find this out for yourself)

  • If no fraudulent intent is suspected, the matter is between the student and his teacher. It is mandatory that a teacher should report to the dean any plagiarised end-of-term paper. Then, in consultation with the teacher, the dean may decide on a written reprimand (for the student’s file), which is the softest approach, or the Disciplinary Board may be involved which, in turn, may refer the matter further to the Prosecutor's Office. (You’d better not find this out for yourself)



When you do not give the source of other people's thoughts or words, whether given literally, paraphrased, or summarized (some try to disguise plagiarism by making a mixture of their language and someone else’s) . This includes graphics (charts), data collected by someone else, or examples and facts cited by another author.

  • When you do not give the source of other people's thoughts or words, whether given literally, paraphrased, or summarized (some try to disguise plagiarism by making a mixture of their language and someone else’s) . This includes graphics (charts), data collected by someone else, or examples and facts cited by another author.

  • (Trimmer, J. F. 1992. Writing with a Purpose. Houghton Mifflin. p. 416)



That's obvious. "The work of science is not created in isolation from the achievements of their predecessors.” (http://www.uw.edu.pl/ogloszenia/plagiat2.html)

  • That's obvious. "The work of science is not created in isolation from the achievements of their predecessors.” (http://www.uw.edu.pl/ogloszenia/plagiat2.html)

  • You have to prepare for writing by making careful notes on what you have found and where. If you rewrite a sentence, you need to carefully mark where your words end and somebody else’s words begin. Then you can quote, paraphrase and summarize the sentences, words and thoughts of others, BUT ALWAYS GIVE THEIR TRUE AUTHOR AND THE ACCURATE SOURCE. This restriction does not apply to well-known facts.





A summary or paraphrase is a default way of refering to a source with, of course, a mention of the original.

  • A summary or paraphrase is a default way of refering to a source with, of course, a mention of the original.

  • And when to quote verbatim?

  • 1 ) When you want to draw one’s attention to the language itself (when it is unusual, distinctive, controversial or so concise that you could not convey the thoughts better )

  • 2) When the acknowledgment will be of crucial importance for the work (for example, we want to emphasize the authority of the source or we want to refer to someone else's definition or analyze a section) . 3 ) When we want to distance ourselves from the content (we do not agree with a point of view; we are going to argue with it) .

  • If we confine ourselves to those cases, quotes will not be dominant . Besides, repetition is a normal phenomenon in theoretical chapters .



If it works in your text, if it is not copied word-for-word, and if it has clear indication of which wording is yours and which is not. Definitely do not try to hide the original text by replacing words here or there or changing their order.

  • If it works in your text, if it is not copied word-for-word, and if it has clear indication of which wording is yours and which is not. Definitely do not try to hide the original text by replacing words here or there or changing their order.

  • However well you paraphrase, always add the original source of your knowledge.



Your remaining questions you’ll have to discuss with your teacher..

  • Your remaining questions you’ll have to discuss with your teacher..



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