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Submitted by • October 31, 2013

The word plagiarism comes from Latin words-plagiarius and plagios. Plagiarius means kidnapper while plagio means crocked or treacherous person. In modern academia, plagiarism is the use or presentation of someone else’s work as your own without giving credit to the author of the information. According to Wong (2011), the most common type of plagiarism is a direct “copy and paste” action.

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