In addition to an inline citation, in-text attribution is usually required when quoting or closely paraphrasing source material (for example: "John Smith wrote that the building looked spectacular," or "According to Smith (2012) ...").
These policies mean that Wikipedians are highly vulnerable to accusations of plagiarism, because we must stick closely to sources, but not too closely.
Because plagiarism can occur without an intention to deceive, concerns should focus on educating the editor and cleaning up the article.
Sources are annotated using inline citations, typically in the form of footnote (see Citing sources).
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