NAME: MD.MEEHEDI HASAN
ID: 308150/409533 CLASS NAME: BUSINESS SKILL
Introduction: plagiarism means to copy or use someone’s work, words, images, ideas and any kind of discovery without recognizing the original author and use that as own creation. Plagiarism can be committed consciously or sub-consciously. But Plagiarism is considered as a serious crime in academic sector as well as other sector.
Plagiarism: “plagiarism” came from roman word “plagiarius” which means a kidnapper who kidnap children or slaves. Roman poet martial (Marcus valerius martialis) (40-102 AD) first used the word in 1st century when his verses were copied by another poet. Then the word came in English as “plagiary”. In seventeenth century, the word plagiarism became more and more widespread as a meaning of thrift. [Fleming. M 2008] According to Carroll (2002:9) “plagiarism is passing off someone else’s work, whether intentionally or unintentionally, as your own for your own benefit” [University of Nottingham 2006] Types of...
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