Plagiarism is the presentation of someone elses ideas or words as your own.
(The Little, Brown Handbook, 1992: 578.)
พเล-เจี่ย-ริส'ม คือ "การนำเสนอแนวความคิดหรือคำพูดของคนอื่น เสมือนเป็นความคิดของตัวเอง"
(อ้างอิงจาก The Little, Brown Handbook, 1992: 578)
An obvious form of plagiarism is copying any direct quotation
from your source material without providing quotation marks and
without crediting the source. A more subtle form, but equally
improper, is the paraphrasing of material or use of an original idea
if that paraphrase or borrowed idea is not properly
introduced and documented
(Lester, 1976: 48)
* Plagiarismis dishonest.
* You would not only be cheating on others, but alsocheating yourself. It’s a good feeling to know that you’vedone well in an assignment and learned a lot because of yourhard work.
* You would be taking the property of another personwithout giving them credit. This is stealing, and is no different tostealing another person’s wallet or car.
* You would be taking an unfair advantage over studentswho do their own work.
* If you get caught there are severepenalties.
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Penalties for plagiarism shall be: 4.1. consistent with the university’s Student Discipline Regulation; 4.2. clearly explained in student and staff induction materials; and 4.3. rigorously implemented.