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The UBC Okanagan Calendar defined plagiarism as a form of academic misconduct in which “an individual submits or presents the oral or written work of another persona as his or her own”. Plagiarism is when there is no recognition of sources, other authors, etc. People are sometimes unaware of the necessity of citing every source, how much overlap between texts would be considered plagiarism, or simply careless about the information they are including in their paper.
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