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Copywriters, content writers, editors, publishers, teachers, students…all these people are concerned about the plagiarism issue, seeking to get non-plagiarized original material only.
Using the advantages of the Internet, we at the same time face copyright infringement, never knowing what is unique and authentic and what is simply copy/pasted.
Plagiarism is a serious offence. And people know about this. Then why do students keep submitting plagiarized papers?
Did you know that…?
According to the survey made by "CHARACTER COUNTS!" ( a registered trademark of Josephson Institute)
- 64 % of school students admit to cheating on tests during 2008 (60% in 2006).
- 38 % of school students admit to cheating on tests two or more times during 2008 (35% in 2006)
- 47 % of students attending non-religious independent schools cheat
- 63 % of students from religious schools cheat
- 70% of students from the southeastern U.S. admitted to cheating, 64 % from the west, 63 % from the northeast, and 59 % from the midwest
- 36 % say they use the Internet to plagiarize (33% in 2006).
This is not the problem of the educational system only. This is the issue in the business world as well. Let us only take the cases of Kaavya Viswanathan and her How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life and the campaign speeches of Senator Joe Biden. This is the real world of plagiarism.
If we steal thoughts from the moderns, it will be cried down as plagiarism; if from the ancients, it will be cried up as erudition.
Charles Caleb Colton (1780 - 1832)