Plagiarism is :
‣ the presentation of an idea, or work, of another person as your own.
‣ the inclusion of another person’s work without correct acknowledgement.
‣ the failure to identify the origin of a used source.
‣ the distortion or manipulation of a source.
‣ the inclusion of created source material.
‣ intentional and unintentional.
‣ a form of cheating.
Material that can be plagiarised includes :
‣ data, reports, and statistics.
‣ assignments, dissertations, and thesis.
‣ images, photographs, pictures, and illustrations.
‣ books, journals, magazines, and newspapers.
‣ songs, sounds, lyrics, and music.
‣ television, radio and films.
‣ computer games and programs.
‣ maps, plans and blueprints.
Types of Plagiarism
The following are examples of how plagiarism can occur.
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