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Keywords Associated With Plagiarism. Cheating Academic dishonesty Copying and pasting Intellectual property theft . Academic Honesty. Academic honesty involves: Clearly articulating our own ideas Giving credit to the sources of information we draw from Accurately documenting those sources Presenting research materials in a fair and truthful way.

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