Elideth de la Borbolla Barzalobre
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION
Positive: Physical courage, strength, warmth, energy, basic survival, 'fight or flight', stimulation, masculinity, excitement.
Negative: Defiance, aggression, visual impact, strain.
Positive: Communication, trust, efficiency, serenity, duty, logic, coolness, reflection, calm, intelligence.
Negative: Coldness, aloofness, lack of emotion, unfriendliness.
Positive: Optimism, confidence, self-esteem, extraversion, emotional strength, friendliness, creativity.
Negative: Fear, emotional fragility, depression, anxiety, suicide, irrationality.
TOP 10 TYPES OF PLAGIARISM
Clone: This involves presenting someone’s work word for word without making any changes to the original text and omitting citation of the source.
Remix: A remixed plagiarism is realized when a writer paraphrases content from various sources to come up with a content that fits together impeccably.
404 Error: This form of plagiarism uses citations to sources that either don’t exist or are inaccurate. The name 404 Error is derived from the error message appearing when someone attempts to access an invalid or unavailable online resource.
Retweet: In as much as the source is properly quoted, this type of plagiarism occurs when the writer depends too much on the original text wording and sentence construction.
CTRL – C: The majority of the plagiarised text is exactly the same as the original text with minimal changes made. It is almost akin to cloning but here the writer only makes few changes to the original text.
Hybrid: This is when a writer embeds a well referenced source with content from other sources but does not cite all the text. Such text ends up crediting fewer sources than were actually used.
Find – Replace: Another interesting approach to plagiarising is when only the key words and phrases of the original text are replaced with synonyms or closely related words.
Recycle: This is arguably the most modest forms of plagiarism where the writer uses his or her own previously produced content and fails to properly provide citation. It is also known as self-plagiarism.
Aggregator: Although the writer includes proper citation, the entire work is mostly composed of citations and lacks original content.
Mashup: This is content obtained from an array of different sources and is presented without the appropriate citation.
Copyright: Work cannot be used, adapted, copied, or published without the creator's permission.
Creative Commons: Work may be used without permission but only under certain circumstances. Creators ser rules for the way their work is used.
Public Domain: Work can be used, adapted, copied, and published, completely without restrictions, no permission needed.
Fair Use: Permits limited use of copyrighted material without having to first acquire permission from the copyright holder.