Criteria for Evaluating the Severity of Plagiarism

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Published: 21.06.2018
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Papers presented with intertextually incorrect passages must, first, be judged by decision makers and be identified as plagiarism. The next step would be the clarification of the severity of such a violation in relation to the institutional definitions of good academic practice. The criteria can aid a transparent and uniform course of action when making a decision about plagiarism.

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