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Plagiarism is the practice of taking credit for someone else’s work.

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Send a written statement for the record that you did not cheat and that the details of the accusation were not shared. Send to teacher, his academic department chair, and whatever board or office sent …
answered Feb 7 by guest
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To answer your question: "now". You've been thoughtful in the process. And your question is well written-rings true. I buy that the plagiarism was blatant. Unfortunately, it is a fact that … serious financially--not like plagiarism in personal training and nutrition writing. It's not like the guy is becoming a rival to you based on his writing. Not even in a journal. (Note, I'm not excusing the sin.) …
answered Feb 8 by guest
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Just water it down for the conference. Basically do a version of your slides. Also all they (likely) need now for the meeting is your abstract. Send that in and figure out paper later.
answered Feb 8 by guest