The Plagiarism Spectrum:
Tagging 10 Types of Unoriginal Work

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The Plagiarism Spectrum study from Turnitin moves plagiarism beyond the black-and-white definition of “literary theft” to one that captures the nuances of how plagiarism can take form in student writing, with a severity scale based on student intent. 

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