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Academic Fraud: Plagiarism, Deception, Fabrication and You

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In one of my first articles, I went off on something of a tangent when discussing plagiarism. Because the subject is so important to discuss, thoroughly and in detail, I thought that it would be a good idea to write an article covering some of the most prominent forms of academic fraud and dishonesty.

Read this article carefully, because it might just save your college career.

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Creative Cowardice: The Scourge of Good Stories

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If there’s one thing that annoys me more than anything else in terms of fiction, it’s when an otherwise good story is ruined by the creator’s cowardice. It drags down a story that has kept my attention, one that had me hungry for more content, and sometimes? It makes me disregard other material that the creator already has out there. What’s worse? It seems to get more prevalent with each passing year.

Today, I’m going to step up onto a soapbox and explain to you why you need to stick out your jaw, and own your work. Continue reading

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