Plagiarism and Family morals

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Dr Jihene Mrabet, Dr Nahla Moussa, Dr Walaa Fouda


The era of the internet and globalization has certainly reduced the distances between people, has contributed to cultural enrichment through openness to other countries and other standards of life and has fostered creativity through the exchange of ideas and the sharing of information. However, this also led to the creation of a trojan horse called “Plagiarism”.

Indeed, several authors and academics around the world have diagnosed this scourge which particularly strikes the student population. The practice of plagiarism has spread and increasingly threatens the moral foundations of future generations. The trivialization of the theft of ideas in order to achieve one own goals seems in large part to describe a weakened Superego heir of a failing educational practice.

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