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The most famous plagiarists

The most famous plagiarists | Today we've updated the site’s design | Scoop.it

Stephen Ambrose is one of the most famous plagiarists. Thomas Childers, in 1995 published his work “Wings of Morning” that was a novel about the experience of a World War II crew of a B-24 bomber. Ambrose copied content from this novel and released his own work, “The Wild Blue” in 2001. He literally took entire passages of text from Childers’ novel including sentences.

Another name in this list of famous plagiarists is that of the famous author T.S. Eliot. Madison Cawein was an unknown poet who compiled his life’s poems under the name “Waste Land.” And, T.S. Eliot copied word for word from it to publish his poem title, “The Waste Land.” Today, authors know how important it is financially to avoid plagiarism.

 

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Responsible for plagiarism

Responsible for plagiarism | Today we've updated the site’s design | Scoop.it
Netlog is a community where users can keep in touch with and extend their social network.
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Insights in Technology: Check the Percentage of Copied Content in a text in Plagtracker.com

Insights in Technology: Check the Percentage of Copied Content in a text in Plagtracker.com | Today we've updated the site’s design | Scoop.it

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Study: 8 top sites for potential plagiarism - The Washington Post

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Students do use ‘cheat’ sites. But they’re more likely to copy text from Wikipedia or Yahoo. A new study of student plagiarism finds that the vast majority of “unoriginal” content in papers comes from legitimate sites rather than paper mills and “cheat” sites.
The study urges educators to teach proper citation to students who have grown up in a copy-and-paste world.


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