Plagiarism By: Nat and Sung Sung
Content 1.Why it important to understand Plagiarism 2.Class Definition 3.Class 10 Type 4.Real World Plagiarism- Music 5.Real World Plagiarism- Academic (Staff) 6.Real World Plagiarism- Journal 7. Real World Plagiarism- Movies 8. Real World Plagiarism- Academic (Student) 9. How to Avoid Plagiarism 10.Conclusion
Why it important to understand Plagiarism • It important to understand it because so you know what it is and don’t do it, so you will not get punishment. • Also you will find the way how to avoid plagiarism too. • Also you can protect your work from the copy cat.
Class Definition of Plagiarism    • Using other people work and ideas as though it yours own.
Class 10 type of Plagiarism    • 1. Parphasing- Changing other people into your own words • 2. Self- Recycling your own work • 3. ghost writer- Erase other people name and write in your name • 4.lazy- Site all source, do everything correct, but didn't write in any ideas by your self. • 5. misinformer- List the wrong URL • 6. improper paraphasing- Change the word that too like the original • 7.Forgotten footnote- Site it, but forgot to reference it. • 8. style- Copy someone else style • 9. perfect crime- Use one source too much and erase all URL that are in other page • 10. idea- Copy other people idea
Real World Plagiarism- Music  • Michael Bolton vs. The Iseley Brother: • Michael Bolton pay the sum of $5.4 million the Isley Brothers • He lift some material from Love Is A Wonderful Thing (By The Isley Brothers .
Real World Plagiarism- Academic(Staff)  • MSU professor Sharif Shakrani has been released from university • An investigation led by two separate committees of university officials found Shakrani guilty of plagiarism and announced their findings in April after nearly eight months of investigation. • As a fixed-term faculty member who worked in MSU’s Education Policy Center, Shakrani used unattributed material during a 2010 report examining the consequences of school district consolidation.
Real World Plagiarism –Journal  Khalil Abdullah was fired After editors discovered that an article he wrote contained passages plagiarized from The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Real World Plagiarism- Movies  • NYU Tech Student plagiarism from the other short movies • Apologized his teammate and other people
Real World Plagiarism- Academic (Student)  • Adam B Wheeler plagiarize and got false transcripts, and fake SAT scores—to Harvard College, among other institutions. • Next time if he is guilty he will be kick in jail for 5 years
How to Avoid Plagiarism  • To avoid plagiarism, all students must document sources properly using Footnotes, Endnotes, or Parenthetical References, and must write a Bibliography, References, or Works Cited page and place it at the end of the research paper to list the sources used. Of the three ways to document sources - Footnotes, Endnotes, and Parenthetical References, the simplest is using Parenthetical References, sometimes referred to as Parenthetical Documentation or Parenthetical Citations. • Check to see which type of documentation is preferred by your teacher. Most word processors have superscript, Footnote and Endnote capability. If you are required to use Footnotes or Endnotes, it is well worth the effort to master this feature on the computer a few days before your paper is d
Conclusion • So as you can see plagiarism is really to easy to do and get punishment, but you still have ways to avoid it. • So the easiest thing to avoid plagiarism is do not copy or steal other people work. StopPlagiarism !
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