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What does plagiarism mean?

Plagiarism means reusing other people's work

When you take over the complete work of someone else (or parts of someone else's work) and pretend to be your own work, we speak of plagiarism. Plagiarism is not only about the literal texts, but also ideas that are stolen without permission can be seen as plagiarism. When you carefully deal with your sources, plagiarism is prevented, often plagiarism also goes along with copyright infringement, but that is not always the case. In The scientific circles, plagiarism is considered a dead sin and is a valid reason to reject a thesis or thesis. A scientific publication often builds on ideas from other publications, with as long as no literal quotations are used there is often nothing to worry about. However, it is often the case that the original source is mentioned from politeness.

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