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Let’s find out more about plagiarism!

The thesis has as its object a demonstrable subject or one that has not been demonstrated. That is why an important quality of the thesis is the originality. This aspect is achieved by analyzing the attempts previously made by other researchers, or by the researcher himself, to solve the problem.

During the university courses, it is very common to be asked to perform academic works such as monographs or thesis, in order to demonstrate our knowledge about certain topics and our investigative capacities. Through these tasks, we must pay attention not only to the chosen authors and the methodology with which we will proceed, but we must also take care to quote the sources correctly and not fall into plagiarism.
The term plagiarism means, in broad strokes, the copy of something and it appears when a person copies in a foreign work some substantial idea and uses it as his own. Sometimes, the plagiarism is not intentional, simply the author of the work has forgotten to point out with references and footnotes that the idea he postulates was extracted from another author. But other times, these kidnappings are deliberate and in the academic field, if it is discovered, it can generate numerous problems for the student. In this respect, we assure that we write 100% original papers!
Plagiarism can be divided into two types: those that happen because of ignorance, where there is no intention to copy ideas, but forgot to mention the authors of them; and those that are made with intention, when one takes an idea, theory or whole work of another author and uses it as a creation of his own.
Our key to avoid plagiarism is to always remember to give credit in the elaboration of a work to the authors, texts and all the material consulted. In the bibliographical references, sometimes it is better that there are entries for others.

There are some procedures that we follow and they are very useful to avoid plagiarism. In this respect:
• It attends to the data of the source: most of the times that it is forgotten to mention a source is due to a bad organization at the time of writing down the data of the same one. We keep this in mind in every material we consult!
• Quoting direct phrases: when we deal with a topic in our work and we want to argue it with words of authors, we can quote them verbatim and then accredit their authority in a footnote and bibliographic references.
• Paraphrase the original words and credit them: this procedure consists of reading the author, understanding what he says and expressing it with his own words, but always making reference to who says it. As for example "According to Foucault, this idea suggests that..."
• Interpret and write: when writing the work, we must be sure to understand what is read and express it with our words, aspect that does not mean replacing words with synonyms, but to write an original argument and create a new one.

What is considered plagiarism or academically incorrect wrote in a thesis?
• Omission of bibliographical references.
• Complete texts without reference to the original author or source from which it was obtained (Cut/ Copy and Paste).
• Steal or borrow the thesis to give it as its own and original.
• Quote verbatim from an author without using the quotation marks or italics despite including the bibliographic reference (in addition to including the quotation marks it must be a brief reproduction of the content).
• Use an idea or reasoning of an author without reference to it even if there are no copies or paraphrasing (it depends on how original the idea is and the existence of previous versions.) Copyright usually refers to the way of expressing the idea and not the idea itself)
• Use images, data, maps, graphs, methods, external illustrations without citing the original author.
• Paraphrase or summarize a text correctly without reference to the original source.
• The most frequent and difficult to determine: paraphrase a text without modifying the writing in its entirety by making simple variations (for example, maintaining the structure of the text using synonyms or rearranging the words) to avoid anti-plagiarism programs despite citing the original author.
• Copy phrases from different authors to make a mix with these without citing the sources.
• A strange form of plagiarism is the autoplaggio that consists of reproducing a text previously published to pass it off as novel without reference to the original document.
• Signing as a co-author in a work in which you have not contributed or participated.
• When the styles of bibliographic references for the selected document format are not properly used.
• Do not reference any information that is not public or common knowledge (the problem is in determining when information is constituted as such).
• Write a thesis or article only with references without providing anything original and novel