Mario Bros Pleyano

Mario Bros Pleyano

Hace un par de dias debi terminar este tip ^^ y muestro el resultado de usar mascaras y mucho pincel jejej



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By wBFhTrIgHmQtw
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6 years ago

All she needed was some notes at the back of the book “Info on X came from Y”.No. If you copy pasgases of another work with minimal changes and make it look like your own work, crediting your source at the end just identifies the source you plagiarized.I think the confusion here comes with the split between fiction and non-fiction. If you are writing non-fiction and want to use an excerpt from another work, you put quotes around it, identify the author and list the source in your bibliography. That's fair use. If in a novel you use a short quote at the beginning of a chapter to establish the theme, you identify the author and source. That's OK, too.In one story I had a character quoting a bit of a poem by Wordsworth. In the text it was clear that he was quoting Wordsworth. That's OK, too.But if I copied segments of Pride & Prejudice into my romance novel, it would emphatically NOT be OK to just credit Jane Austen at the end.This case is really the same thing, only with a non-fiction source. Copying is not research. They teach that in elementary school.I do have some sympathy for Cassie Edwards's plight. What she did was probably a shortcut to meet deadlines and I can imagine she's suffering now. However, what she did was wrong and there should be reasonable consequences. Otherwise a bad precedent is set.Like? 0


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