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Plagiarism is considered as academic dishonesty which generally violate of journalistic ethics. It includes copying or stealing of thoughts, expressions, language, study design, methodology and outcomes from the published articles of another author's without their acknowledgment or radical change. Moreover, the reuse of significant or nearly identical portions of one's own work without citing the original work is sometimes described as self-plagiarism. In general more than 7 consecutive words copying from a published article is also considered as evidence of plagiarism, even if the copied text is accurately cited. Therefore, plagiarism in any type is the wrongful appropriation which is considered a serious ethical offense in academia and industry.
It is defined as faking raw data, figures, or any supporting files.
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