MANAGERS' VISIONS AUTHENTICITY AND PLAGIARISM IN ACADEMIC articles

Emanuela Esmerova, Drashko Atanasoski

Abstract


In this article we are going to elaborate in details the difference between authenticity and plagiarism and also provide some selected sample materials from authentic and non-authentic academic articles published in some of the selected hijacked journals and also publications stored in different online repositories, as well as different search engines and libraries. Also, a special emphasis will be given to general and specific plagiarism detector software which nowadays enable researchers and academic students to authenticate their own work or the work of the others. There is, however, a malfunction of such software which are not linked fully with the web search engines or are partly linked or encrypted, thus allowing texts to be concealed or in other words not be shown up in search in public with Managers' visions.

Furthermore, we are going to present an analysis of gathered data in charts and tabular forms from different samples of academic articles on Managers' visions and also results from a specifically designed questionnaire regarding the unethical act called plagiarism and its negative effects and causes.


Keywords


patching, plagiarizing, managers, miscitation, plagiarism software, web search engines, visions, authentication, menagment, resource

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