Journal Self-Citation XIX: Self-Plagiarism and Self-Citation - A Practical Guide Based on Underlying Principles
When is it reasonable to reuse work of your own, particularly if it has already been published? And when is it appropriate to cite your own works, and when is it inappropriate? Rather than being mysteries, this paper suggests that basic principles of academic communication and professional ethics provide a framework for each of us to make our own decisions, and to evaluate actions taken by others.
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