Is plagiarism the same around the world?

Is plagiarism the same in all cultures? Do different cultures view plagiarism differently?


Many researchers found that cultural attitudes affect plagiarism rates and perspectives across the globe (Amos, 1; Heitman, 2). With varying cultural views on plagiarizing, Strayer University requires learners to be sure they understand ethical writing basics and the consequences of plagiarizing within our academic community.


  1. Kathleen A. Amos. April 2014. The Ethics of Scholarly Publishing: Exploring Differences in Plagiarism and Duplicate Publication Across Nations.
  2. Elizabeth Heitman. 2011. International Perspectives on Plagiarism and Considerations for Teaching International Trainees.


  • Last Updated Sep 07, 2021
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  • Answered By Amber Eakin

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