Academic integrity
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of wrongdoing.
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Plagiarism
The original text
" There is a strong market demand for eco-tourism in
Australia. Its rich and diverse natural heritage ensures
Australia's capacity to attract international ecotourists
and gives Australia a comparative advantage in the
highly competitive tourism industry."
(Weaver, D. (Ed.) 2000, The encyclopedia of ecotourism, New York:
CABI Publishing: p. 143).
There is a high market demand for eco-tourism in
Australia. Australia has a comparative advantage in the
highly competitive tourism industry due to its rich and
varied natural heritage which ensures Australia's
capacity to attract international ecotourists.
Q: Is this plagiarism? If so, why?
There is a high market demand for eco-tourism in
Australia. Australia has a comparative advantage in
the highly competitive tourism industry due to its
rich and varied natural heritage which ensures
Australia's capacity to attract international
ecotourists.
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The same basic wording and structure of the original
text.
No original source of the text.
The original text
"Dramatic changes in the non-Aboriginal community's
appreciation of the importance of women as social and
ceremonial agents in Aboriginal society had translated
into pressure of demand in the art world for Papunya
women's paintings.”
(Johnson, V. 1994, Aboriginal artists of the western desert, Roseville East, NSW:
Craftsman House : p. 18).
Johnson (1994) explains that dramatic changes in the
non-Aboriginal community's appreciation of the
importance of women as social and ceremonial agents
in Aboriginal society had translated into pressure of
demand in the art world for Papunya women's
paintings.
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Why is this plagiarism?
Paraphrase the following block quote.
[O]ne major stumbling block in understanding the
nature of idioms and making use of this
understanding in the teaching of foreign languages is
that they are regarded as linguistic expressions that
are independent of any conceptual system and that
they are isolated from each other at the conceptual
level (Kövecses & Szabó 1996, p.329).
As Kövecses & Szabó (1996) stress, it is important for language
learners to understand that idioms are not just randomly stored in
the lexicon but systematically stored in the relevant conceptual
domain.
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