Plagiarism is a particularly infamous crime, disqualifies the author fully from participation in the journalism community. This applies to both students and academic staff. Plagiarism is copying someone else's ideas and texts - it is stealing ideas.
- ==How to avoid plagiarism
- If you rewrite something, it will refer to the source according to the accepted (preferably international) standard reference, or reference to, and citations. When the rewrite literally serve the page from which the quotation is taken, and clearly distinguish it in the text that there was no doubt that this is a quote. When we talk about other people's ideas and conclusions, we refer to the author and place of publication. If anyone inspired us, and we refer to the author's inspiration.
- First of all, there is protection of the copyright of the texts. Violation of these rights in the case of papers published is a criminal offense, and completed in the framework of teaching method.
- If you rewrite parts of their texts, we refer to the website, by year of publication in the text and bibliography the title of the work and place of publication.
- We ask the publisher who published the previous version, or authorize the re-release and explain where and when the text will be published again.
- At the end of the text we present a bibliography , where, in alphabetical order are listed all the works, which refers to in the text. Bibliographic This Item:
Last name, first name, year of publication title of the work. Place of publication: Publisher.
Plagarism is very important to the Journalism community because it protects the hard written work that many have access to on the internet.