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A review of the literature reveals that plagiarism is widespread in any level of the society. There are several cases in which authors, historians, and even a university president faced accusation of plagiarism. This article, however, specifically focuses on students' plagiarism which is a rising problem not just in the U.S.A. but all over the world. The availability of the Internet entices students to do 'cut and paste' plagiarism. As Prof. Susan Bassnett from University of Warwick indicates "Across UK universities, we now have a cut and paste culture which is becoming difficult to detect" (Adenekan
, 2003). The recent plagiarism case flashed in the media involved a Harvard University Sophomore student who was accused of using plagiarized material from multiple sources in her book 'How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild and Got a Life' (Madray
, 2007). A Wall Street Journal, August 2006 article reveals engineering students' plagiarism at Ohio University (Tomsho
, 2006). Another news article reports how rampant plagiarism is at Oxford University, one of the premier academic institutions in the world (Smith
, 2006). In a noteworthy article in 2006, Prof. Grafen mentioned that 'vigilance is required for the sake of the education our students receive, both in the substance of the subject and in the proper scholarly practice; and also in order not to create implicit understandings that plagiarism is acceptable in practice, despite preaching and signing of affidavits' (Smith