Plagiarism In Schools Of Social Work: Considerations And Research

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Stricter consequences on plagiarism is also another deterrent to people looking to commit it. There have been many cases of plagiarism, I will mention to most notable and ironic one in my mind, Annette Schavan. She served as the German minister for education and research between 2005 to 2013, had her PhD taken away by the University of Dusseldorf. A journalist found plagiarism and reported it, the university revoked her PhD and she then resigned from her position. Plagiarism not only cost her PhD standing, reputation, and also her lively hood. As for consequences for committing plagiarism, Mary Elizabeth Collins, and Maryann Amodeo had a good idea in their journal “Responding To Plagiarism in Schools Of Social Work: Considerations And Recommendations.”
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