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And as for the whole "whether it`s ok to use your own previous works in later essays" subject that went on between CINDY and JEN: It IS allowed to reuse your own work in your papers so long as you properly cite it. And as for RE-submitting papers, it all depends on the criteria--for example, it is perfectly acceptable to submit very old essays when applying to a department (though some people may specify against this).
guy, somebody ALREADY POSTED THIS ON THE PAGE BEFORE THIS ONE.
While yes, I absolutely did see that you were using it as an example and not condoning it, in the end, it`s really you that looks ignorant for treating others as if they were unintelligent.
As for the under the sea/I can`t wait to be king person... I had to go "doo doo doo duh duh doo doo da da" in my head before I figured out they sound similar, but not the same. One was written by Elton John anyway, and the other wasn`t. That made me smile though.
As for the link... I think some of them are being lazy, but others might be tributes, like the Winnie the Pooh ones. Who knows though.
"Want more examples of cloning? There is no problem!"
I haven`t noticed that about disney movies
Looking at the sheet music (as I`ve played both songs) They are completely different notes...
When plagiarism is conceptualized as theft, the notion of self-plagiarism may seem impossible. After all, one might ask: Is it possible to steal from oneself? As Hexam (1999) points out, it is possible to steal from oneself as when one engages in embezzlement or insurance fraud. In writing, self-plagiarism occurs when authors reuse their own previously written work or data in a ‘new’ written product without letting the reader know that this material has appeared elsewhere. According to Hexam, “… the essence of self-plagiarism is [that] the author attempts to deceive the reader”. " - http://facpub.stjohns.edu/~roigm/plagiar...-
Interesting? Yes. Self-plagiarism? Yeah, guess so. Understandable self-plagiarism? Yes. So does it really matter? No.
And looking at the people on this thread, you`d think "self-plagiarism" wasn`t even a real term, which it is, and which is exemplified by *some* of the examples on the website.
This is really creepy though
I`m not sure where you`re going to school, but resubmitting your own work in a different class is punishable with the same consequences as plagerism (in the sense of using someone else`s work) where I go to school.
And I think it should be.
still pretty cool.
Wish I could read what it said because I didn`t understand some of the pictures