plagiarism

 
On photographs and the art of ‘remixing’ images
On photographs and the art of ‘remixing’ images
M Neelika Jayawardane and Greg Marinovich explore the issues involved in artists’ reasonable or fair use of other people’s works....
Forget plagiarism: There's a new and bigger threat to academic integrity
Forget plagiarism: There's a new and bigger threat to academic integrity
Academic plagiarism is no longer just sloppy "cut and paste" jobs or students cribbing large chunks of an assignment from a friend's earlier essay on...
Is Gavin Rajah's latest creation a shameless rip-off or a fluke?
Is Gavin Rajah's latest creation a shameless rip-off or a fluke?
“Our creativity doesn’t come from within, it comes from without. We are not self-made. We are dependent on one other. Admitting this to ourselves...
Editorial: Shame academic frauds
Editorial: Shame academic frauds
Given our Constitution's powerful commitments to education, we take it for granted that any assaults on this sector constitute serious offences. In...
Crediting where credit's due
Crediting where credit's due
Following a blog post by Jacques Rousseau, "Does white privilege...
Media24 and reused content: Is it killing journalism?
Media24 and reused content: Is it killing journalism?
MoneyWeb vs Media24 will...
High school pupils lost for words
High school pupils lost for words
A recent study conducted in a South African school on how pupils engage with and perform in their school projects reveals a heart-rending story of...
Professor investigated for plagiarism
Professor investigated for plagiarism
National Lotteries Board chairperson Professor Alfred Nevhutanda appears to have plagiarised large chunks of a paper he presented to the South...
Woolies guilty of good old-fashioned plagiarism
Woolies guilty of good old-fashioned plagiarism
Woolworths has been left red-faced by the Advertising Standards Authority's (ASA) ruling on Wednesday that found it had wilfully contravened...
Copycat academic 'quits' Oz post
Copycat academic 'quits' Oz post
Dismissed last December from Wits University for plagiarism, sociologist Abebe Zegeye has resigned from the senior academic post in Australia he...

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