plagiarize


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Synonyms for plagiarize

Synonyms for plagiarize

to reproduce (the artistic work of another, for example) illicitly

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Synonyms for plagiarize

take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech

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The environment needs to be changed so that it becomes more difficult for students to plagiarize.
Only one student cited morality and two cited guilt as reasons not to plagiarize, but all three of those students first named fear as a reason.
We assume that the amount of effort necessary to plagiarize a work is less than that to create an original work, therefore, his effort is denoted as e, where e < E.
Links include websites featuring detection tips, prevention training, and sources students may be using to find material to plagiarize.
And Part Three, "Taking Action: Making It More Difficult to Cheat and Plagiarize," points out indicators of possible plagiarism and offers teachers specific ideas for how to structure assignments in order to reduce plagiarism.
That's perfectly true, but Marsh is hung up on the idea that rock is something the white man tried to plagiarize from the brothers and never got right.
It is clear that they went for below-the-radar foreign bands that put out awesome songs they could plagiarize hoping that no one would find out about it.
Various articles and letters from faculty seek to explain why students plagiarize and what faculty can do to lessen the likelihood that work they assign will result in infractions.
Marianne Heim, a junior broadcasting student at Colorado State University, said she believes students who plagiarize just do not understand its harm.
Even with metawritings in place in my classes, however, some students still feel compelled to plagiarize, so obviously the opportunity to reflect on writing and the "network" surrounding its development does little in some students' cases to help them learn about the social implications of intellectual property.
We can attempt to set plagiarism-proof assignments; we can make it so that students do not want or need to copy; we can devise alternative presentation methods which minimize the opportunity for plagiarism; we can stress process as well as content; we can ask students to provide originals or copies of the sources used; we can make it so hard for the plagiarist to plagiarize that it is easier to do the real work; we can try to promote honorable and ethical attitudes towards work.
All they did was to use these stolen songs as their own blueprint only to make a poor imitation of these songs with tweakings here and there so that-they hope-it is not too obvious to people that they did plagiarize them.
It is immoral to plagiarize other people's work, but even worse to use dishonesty to launch a campaign about honesty," he said.