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

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Just give them no credit at all for that assignment. Since even copied homework takes time, and it's very likely that they will be caught, it's not going to be worthwhile to copy and not get any credi …
answered Apr 22 '14 by jwg
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Mind your own business - it's not your problem. If someone working in your group suggests or does plagiarism, or someone tries to plagiarize your work, or does something which could affect your … you have is wrong or that you have misinterpreted it. For someone who is innocent of cheating or who has been co-erced to be disciplined for plagiarism is a serious thing to have on your conscience …
answered Jun 11 '14 by jwg
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These basic ideas should be prominent: Your work must be your own. Your ideas must be your own - you must identify and give credit for any ideas which are not yours. You must be honest and ethical i …
answered Jun 16 '14 by jwg