Help with writing non plagiarized essay

Updated on April 17, 2016 in Homework Help
8 on April 1, 2016

Is it plagiarism if you wrote it and are just recycling it for another essay? help me pls ?

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2 on April 1, 2016

This is plagiarism. I don’t totally agree with that, but I can see how it can be argued that you are doing yourself a disservice. Also, god forbid in your college finds out, you’ll be in serious trouble. At least tweak it.

on April 1, 2016

This is plagiarism.

From james85


By definition, is not plagiarism claiming someone else is work as your own?

“Plagiarism is the “wrongful appropriation” and “stealing and publication” of another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions” and the representation of them as one’s own original work.”

source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism

 

 

on April 1, 2016

By definition probably. However, I’ve been given a million presentations on plagiarism, for some reason, this is considered plagiarism. I don’t really understand it, but know if you get caught you will get in trouble just as much as you would if it was someone elses work

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0 on April 1, 2016

You know how hard it is to plagiarize nowadays? They got like every essay, article, and book ever written in a fucking database.

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0 on April 6, 2016

Free essays are absolutely legitimate as a source of inspiration. You can and should benefit from free essay samples available online.

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0 on April 8, 2016

There are many ways to avoid plagiarism. And here is a good plagiarism check for essay where paraphrasing is used: make sure that…

  • All the citations in the text as well as the entries in the reference list or bibliography strictly adhere to the rules of the citation style used;
  • You’ve mentioned the author’s name, using such phrases as “according to Brown…,” “as Brown says,…,” “to paraphrase Brown, …,” etc.;
  • You’ve learned to further develop the original author’s idea and draw conclusions of your own.

Try to understand the essence of the author’s idea not to paraphrase it, but to expand it!

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0 on April 14, 2016

One time I plagiarized an essay on a plagiarized article on plagiarism and got perfect. How’s that for playing the system.

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0 on April 17, 2016

The   University   policy   on   plagiarism states   that   students   must   give “due acknowledgement” whenever they use material that is taken from another source. The following  extracts  from  this  policy  give  guidelines  that  apply  to  essays,  reports  and  dissertations. Students are advised to read these carefully.

  • It is not sufficient merely to list a source in an appended bibliography, or in the body of an assignment to express a general indebtedness. To avoid a charge of plagiarism, all debts must be specifically, precisely and accurately referenced in accordance with good academic practice.
  • When  a  source  is  directly  quoted  word-for-word,  the  passage  quoted should  be  placed  within  quotation  marks  or  indented  and  the  source accurately referenced,  in  parenthesis,  in  a  footnote,  or  in  an  endnote,  according  to  a recognised system. There must be no ambiguity about where the quotation ends or begins.
  • The source of any data cited (e.g. figures, tables, charts) should be made explicit.
  • When ideas, or an argument, are reproduced from a source in a general or paraphrased way, the source must be acknowledged.
  • When submitted work is dependent upon a lecture or group discussion for
    its argument, this fact must be acknowledged.

Look interesting video: How to copy everything without plagiarism

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