By, Aram Nazarian Calix O’hara George Matarangus Anthony Pallone and Nolan Morgan. Plagiarism & Cheating. You Better Cite Us If You're Going to Use Stuff From Our Presentation!. What is Plagiarism? .
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You Better Cite Us If You're Going to Use Stuff From Our Presentation!
Copy someone else’s homework and call it your own
Copying material from an internet source without giving credit.
Literature and essays are not the only thing plagiarized, art, photos , and films are also plagiarized.
To defraud; swindle- Dictionary.com
To deceive; influence by fraud- Dictionary.com
To elude; deprive of something expected. – Dictionary.com
To break and or bend the rules to your favor giving yourself an unfair advantage over others.- Us
A form of deception.-Us
Look at someone else’s homework or test
Copy off someone else’s work
Using a "cheat sheet"
Copying someone’s work and not giving them credit
1. Time Crunch
5. Citation Errors
"Twenty percent of people identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. For them procrastination is a lifestyle, albeit a maladaptive one"
"You have no idea what your life will be like tomorrow. You are a puff of smoke that appears briefly and then disappears...
So for one who know the right thing to do and does not do it, it is sin.” James 4: 14,17
Catholics believe that a habitual procrastination leads to "sloth", which is one of the seven deadly sins.
Students resort to plagiarism when they feel that it is the only way to move ahead.
They are too academically pressured -> plagiarism
Oftentimes, students forget to cite their source or do it incorrectly
Don't follow instructions properly
Plagiarism is still plagiarism even if it not intentional.
It is important to cite sources to avoid this problem
Ties in with Laziness Sub-point:
Students are too tired to cite properly on a bibliography at the end of the paper.
Students subconsciously phrase things in the same way they heard it from another text
Don't Realize, its not original thought
To Kant, it is OK.