Saturday, 17 December 2016

Plagiarism and Similarity in Academic Assignments and Papers, follow us at

When content of an Academic Assignment or Paper is reviewed, similarities may appear. This does mean that the respective academic assignment or paper or dissertation has been copied from internet or from a research material published by another student. This means that similar content has been found but depict the student is being dishonest or doing illegal practices.

 A remarkable percentage of instances of similarity can easily be defined through comparison and examination of the content, referencing style and its context in a research paper or in a dissertation. Using the heading of another published paper will be considered as similarity. Similarity will be detected if names, book names, references, common wordings / phrases etc. are also taken from another published paper or online content.

Plagiarism refers to using someone else’s published work or ideas as if they are their own. For instance, while reviewing an academic paper will feature many phrases and quotes from the original published paper. Apart from this, it also includes numerous similarities pertaining to paraphrasing, Using of same concepts and exact same wordings. If credit is given where it is required in the paper, then it will not be considered plagiarism. Plagiarism claims possession of something which does not belong to one.
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