How to Deal with Academic Plagiarism More Effectively


Plagiarism as one of the elements of scientific misconduct is regarded as violation of publication ethics. There are several ways to reduce plagiarism phenomenon in academic environment. One of the most effective solutions in this regards is that regulatory organizations take strict punitive measures against those involved in such unethical practices.

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Mehregan, M. How to Deal with Academic Plagiarism More Effectively. Pub Res Q (2021).

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  • Plagiarism
  • Publication ethics
  • Research misconduct