“Paper About Plagiarism Contains Plagiarism” is the headline of an item in the Neuroskeptic blog. The item begins:
“Regular readers will know that I have an interest in plagiarism. Today I discovered an amusing case of plagiarism in a paper about plagiarism.
“The paper is called The confounding factors leading to plagiarism in academic writing and some suggested remedies. It recently appeared in the Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA) and it’s written by two Saudi Arabia-based authors, Salman Yousuf Guraya and Shaista Salman Guraya.”
Here’s a glimpse at the top of the paper itself (well, at an image of that):