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An archived version of a 2007 NCSU course blog
Is plagarism present everyday in our society when people exxagerate stories for fun, or add twists to make things more interesting or is this different and less serious than misrepresenting stories and autobiographies. Is it a more serious nowadays than back in history. Do people disrespect people who create original stories and take credit for them or do they find them amusing and popular?
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