Plagiarism is an illegal and an unethical method. Plagiarism generally happens when an author uses another authors work without any permission.
Reproducing a content or text of another scholar work without acknowledging original source is a clear example of plagiarism. Plagiarism can be detected easily by comparing the submitted content with the previously published content. The indulgence in plagiarism is also evident if an author does not reproduce the exact words used in the original work. This type of reproduction of previously published content is known as paraphrasing, and it is the most difficult type of plagiarism to detect.
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