There is no self-plagiarism

Plagiarism in intellectual work is stealing someone else’s ideas and/or words and passing them on as one’s own. For academics in many parts of the world, it is a career-ending moral crime because our enterprise of knowledge production relies fundamentally on trust between member practitioners. There is no self-plagiarism
Pratyoush Onta
Published at : November 18, 2017
Updated at : November 18, 2017 08:48