Plagiarism

Plagiarism

 

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Before sending the article to the referees, it is first checked for plagiarism by a member of the editorial team.Plagiarism is the exploitation of others' thoughts or words because they can not be quoted without permission, without consent, or because resources can not be correctly quoted.

Plagiarism can take a variety of forms, from literary copying to making sense of someone else's work. In order to decide whether a writer has taken plagiarism, we note the following possible situations:

A writer may copy the work of another author to the full extent of the word, and the original source may copy the word in whole or in part, without permission, without consent or quotation.

This practice can be defined by comparing the article / work with the original source and plagiarism suspicion.Significant copying implies that a writer multiplies a substantial portion of another author without permission, without approval or at the referance.  The main term can be understood both quantitatively and qualitatively, often when used in the context of the think ownership.Interpretation involves taking ideas, words or sentences from a source and making them into new sentences in writing. This practice is unethical when the author does not correctly cite or accept the original work / article.