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Self-plagiarism is not easily defined, but should be avoided
Journal of Hand Therapy
  • Joy C. MacDermid, St. Joseph's Health Care London
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Plagiarism is defined as “to steal and pass off the ideas or words of another as one's own, that is, use another's production without crediting the source” ( Plagiarism is considered as academic fraud, and after appropriate consideration can result in retraction of articles, or failing of students who plagiarize during their academic training.

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Joy C. MacDermid. "Self-plagiarism is not easily defined, but should be avoided" Journal of Hand Therapy Vol. 31 Iss. 4 (2018) p. 427 - 428
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