Plagiarism; How Serious Is Academic Essay Plagiarism?
How do we write an essay without plagiarising?
Plagiarism is ugly, needless and, if you want an essay written that is unique, engaging and quality assured, vile to say the least. At Peachy Essay we have specific set of rules that guide our writers and ensure that any plagiarism is found out and stopped immediately. We base our entire reputation on creating unique and richly intellectual essays that are tailored individually for you and you alone.
To ensure a 100% plagiarism free guarantee, all of our writers from each department sign an agreement that if they are found to be plagiarising any essay, they will face instant dismissal.
Moreover, every single essay we produce goes through a quality control check, that is to say, every sentence of that essay is double checked for accuracy and whether plagiarism has taken place. We use a number of tools that help us seek out any plagiarised content.
Examples of some important tools that we use to rule out this ugly mess include Turnitin, Safeassign, Copyleaks, Plagiarism, Grammarly copyright, and most importantly, Duplichecker. All these tools are important in ensuring that any content that our superior team of experts deliver is 100% unique and will not get you in trouble.
So, why go through all the trouble to detect the act of plagiarising content? We at Peachy Essay understand the dangers of the act and very well recognise the consequences in case a student has been found submitting content that is not unique.
Consequences of plagiarism
With the above mentioned tools readily available, technology has made it very easy to catch plagiarists. Once you are found guilty of the act of plagiarising, you will most likely lose the respect that you once had in your respective area. Anyone, including learners, journalists, professionals, and even academics can be guilty of the act and ignorance is never pardoned. It is therefore important to learn how to use tools like Duplichecker to ensure that you are not caught on the wrong foot.
When you are found guilty, you may be subjected to the following terrible consequences. As a student, you may end up getting suspended or expelled and badly tarnishing your reputation. You entire career may be greatly impacted in case you are found guilty of presenting someone else’s content as your own. This will follow you throughout your professional life and you may face significant difficulties trying to recover.
As an academician, your good reputation may suffer and you may even loose the opportunity to publish you work. Worst case scenario, legal repercussions may apply to your case and you may find yourself dealing with a number of lawsuits as a result of copyright laws. You may also lose a tonne of money trying to prove your case.
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So what exactly is a copyright and what purpose does it serve in relation to plagiarism? Well, it is meant to protect the creator of any work, literary, musical or artistic. So whenever you use the particular work without giving due credit to the owner, you may find yourself in trouble since you will be stealing his/her work.
So right before submitting any work, either academic or not, always ask yourself this question. Did I plagiarise? Don’t be ignorant; ensure that you actually never did by running your work through plagiarism checking and Plagiarisma software’s that will always indicate plagiarism in case it exists. While doing so, you can also run a free grammar check in case you are using software like Grammarly copyright or Turnitin to check your work for uniqueness.
Plagiarism causes and solutions
So what exactly is plagiarism and what are its causes and solutions. Many of us think of the act of plagiarism as simply imitating or borrowing ideas originally created by others. But these two terms hide the ugliness of this vice. Plagiarism is an act of theft in which one steals the ideas and words of others and passes them off as his/her own: its literary theft; it’s the use of other peoples productions and failing to give credit to the owners; its taking an existent idea and presenting it as an original and new idea. It is an act that involves two very dangerous elements and can be viewed as fraud and may therefore, have legal consequences.
At Peachy Essay, we ensure that all writers in all departments have a vivid comprehension of the definitions and facts of plagiarism. SO which of the following would be an example of plagiarism? You find an article in the newspaper, written by a given author. Since it’s closely related to what you want to write, you simply copy the part word for word and fail to credit the author of the article. This good example of plagiarism and you should never allow it to happen. So what would be a good solution to this kind of plagiarism? You use in-text citations to credit the author of the article, and then find the full reference and place it on the last page of your write-up. In this case, you will have give due credit to the original author and avoid committing the foul of plagiarising content.
So, what is a citation? This is a quotation from or reference to a piece of work that you used when creating your write-up. It gives credit especially to the original owner of the work that you employed in the development of your piece. While this one way to avoid the ugly nature of plagiarism, it is not the only way.
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How to not plagiarise facts
This may appear an impossible task to individuals that have not written a good piece before. However, how not to plagiarise facts is quite easy when you get the hang of it. How do you do this? Paraphrasing is one of the most important elements that we teach our writers and usually ensure that they can handle. This simply involves understanding the content that they use for research and writing it out in their own words. This way, academic integrity is maintained since the work will be unique as understood instead of copied/stolen. In case you need to check if you accidentally plagiarised from your college writing resources, you can make use of the plagiarism tools.
So how do you write a book without plagiarising yet it seems that all ideas and words have been utilised at some point or the other? The major cause of plagiarism is writing what you read word for word instead of writing what you understand using the pictures that are formed in your mind by the literature that you read. Always try and recreate what you read by using your personal understanding of that particular literature. Each one of us is created in a unique way and therefore, we all understand content in different mannerisms that are most likely based upon our intellectual intelligence and life experiences. If you feel you need to use other people’s ideas, understand what is referencing and make use of references. This way, we shall be able to maintain academic integrity and deliver plagiarism free content.
Remember, if you want unique work, we have a dedicated team of experts that always adhere to the standard rules of writing 100% plagiarism free work.
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