The first thought that comes to one’s mind when someone mentions academic dishonesty is cheating and plagiarism, the theft of ideas and other forms of intellectual property, which occur within an educational setting.
In high or secondary school, a standard penalty for academic dishonesty is a failing grade, where as in college it can result in expulsion.
However, still the most widely spread forms of academic dishonesty are cheating and plagiarism. These notions are usually easily identified, because a clear distinction between the terms is quite obscure.
Cheating comprises of giving and receiving information during an exam, using and dissemination of material during an exam, taking an exam or writing an exam for another student, or asking someone to do so, submitting the same paper for more than one course, misrepresenting and fabricating written work.
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As a copywriter, you want to create content that is informative, interesting and widely read, but you also don’t want your work to be copied and passed off, as somebody else’s. If you have worked hard to create content then the last thing you want is someone else taking credit for it.
Plagiarism it’s a vice of a modern world.
It has spread among students, journalists, doctors, writers. Generally plagiarism is a theft.
In the 1974 Larry Tesler made one of the most controversial breakthrough in the history of the journalism, he invents 2 new computer manipulations which were created to facilitate writing. Their names were “copy-paste” and “cut-paste” or “ctrl c – ctrl v” like they are well known today. A lot of people nowadays are arguing about this invention, on the one hand it’s fast and simple way to copy and paste necessary text from one place to another, on the other this invention marked the beginning of the plagiarism era.