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Parts of Jose David Lapuz's book are found to have similarities with other scholarly articles. It appears so, according to editors of an academic journal who showed Rappler a matrix that details plagiarized content of Lapuz's book, Perspectives in Politics: Public and Foreign; Rationalizing the Irrationalities of Politics.
Text was lifted, without attribution or acknowledgment of the original source, from various books and articles, primarily authored by international academicians. Several personalities had been placed under the spotlight in the past after reportedly committing plagiarism.
Former Supreme Court Justice Mariano del Castillo was also accused of plagiarizing parts of his decision, lifting text from a controversial case involving World War II comfort women in He, however, was cleared of any liability.
Lapuz' book boasts of academic achievements spanning decades. Messages were sent via Lapuz's Facebook Messenger, which he had seen, but which he ignored. Lapuz's Facebook page has been active based on his frequent posts during the period we were trying to reach him.
Rappler also sent a letter via email on Monday, July 18, but got no reply. On July 24, Lapuz sent a letter taking full responsibility. Blundering fools we are. No reply has been given to date. We double checked the entirety of the book, and arrived at the same conclusion.
Lapuz failed to include citations of original sources in parts of his book. Towards a Framework of Dignity page 43 International Relations: The Global Condition in the 20th Century Page 97 to 98 "A nation's image of itself and of others is shaped not only by specific historial events but even more so by cumulative or increscent historical experiences as retold in family gatherings or in the civics, history textbooks to which all children are exposed in school.
Upon checking, some words found in Lapuz's piece were identical to the original words in Hartmann's. Hartmann page 68, published in "Principles of foreign policy consist of selected national interests presumably formulated into a logically consistent whole that is then implemented.
And foreign policy can be viewed analytically in three angles: Conception involves strategic appraisal of what goals are desirable and feasible. Content is the result and reflection of that appraisal in terms of a particular selection of national interests.
Implementation looks to both the coordinating mechanisms within a state and the means by which it conveys its views and desires to other states. Conception involves the strategic appraisal of what goals are desirable and feasible, given the presumed nature of the international system.
Content is the result and reflection of that appraisal.
Implementation looks to both the coordinating mechanisms within a state and the means by which it conveys it views and wishes to other states.
Although inefficiencies and failures can be very costly in any of these three phases, it is apparent that the most critical phase is conception. Outside the 20 articles initially identified by the editors of the academic journal, Rappler found two more instances where text bear strong resemblance to other works that were not by Lapuz.
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Since the Wall was breached on November 9,the Linden has sprung back to life with antonishing, amazing speed.
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