Plagiarism penaltiesPakistan Journal of Neurological Sciences (PJNS)
Document TypeReview Article
AbstractResearch in all areas of sciences and humanities has led to the creation of a highly competitive environment which necessitates reporting of ideas, and discoveries at rapid pace. The emergence of new technologies of communication has significantly enhanced the capabilities of individuals to record and transcribe data at high speed. Even though, one can accumulate information in a fraction of time, but quite often the creative skills and ability to write one‘s own original thoughts do not match the required level of output. Writing ideas in one’s own words is not always easy and at times it becomes quite challenging particularly for those with limited command over the language. These situations often tempt a writer to look around easily available resources.
Citation InformationMohammad Wasay and Anwar Siddiqui. "Plagiarism penalties" (2015) p. 37 - 39
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/anwar_siddiqui/45/