Ethical Use of Information
In scientific and academic writing, great importance is attached to original thinking that uses and is based on the knowledge and ideas of others. In this environment, the information must be used in accordance with the ethical principles that it is necessary to know in order to make good use of it.
What is plagiarism
When does plagiarism occur
- When we present a document, work, article of another person as if it were ours.
- When we cut and paste fragments and parts of texts and insert them into our works without indicating the source from which it was taken.
- If we present a work already published and we pass it off as original (self-plagiarism)
- If we use data, tables, images, graphs, etc. Without citing or referring to its origin
- When we use paraphrasing other people’s words, phrases or ideas as if they were our own.