The scientific world is often rocked by cases of plagiarism. These are cases in which a researcher publishes something that turns out to contain material that he or she has taken from others without providing sufficient attribution. Cases of plagiarism can have major and unfortunate consequences for those involved. Ultimately, as a researcher, you can […]
Category: Plagiarism and good citation practice
Good citation practice and reproduction of artistic works etc.
[Under construction] General information The article on plagiarism at Forskerportalen deals with the general legal and research ethical requirements towards using the work of others. These general standards are supplemented by more precise legal rules regarding quotations from and reproduction of works of art and descriptive works in research publications. These rules are described in […]
Overlapping publications and self-plagiarism
General remarks If researchers reuse material they that have already published once in new publications, they have, to a certain extent, a research ethics obligation to make this fact known. If they fail to live up to this, there may be a criticisable case of “self-plagiarism” under research ethics. The question, however, is where the […]