Where do ideas come from to strike your mind? Are they generated in a section of your brain? For most of you, it’s a ‘Yes’. Then how? The plausible answer can be from the observations. But merely observing cannot add to your creative role-play. The observed data needs to be interpreted in a creative way giving your analysis of the interpretations. Writing a blog is all for instance is not giving an essay on a particular topic. It is about your understanding you want to share with world with welcoming comments for a corner of improvisations.
Moving to the next source of ideation, quite a common term today, ‘plagiarism’. With the boom of technology it has become much simpler to imitate an idea, concept or even the entire work, and cite it as own. Is it the lack of time or the lack of willingness to be creative that is pushing people into the web of plagiarism? Merely copying is just like de-oxygenating your creativity. Your brain stops thinking beyond imaginations, if you spoon feed it. Ultimately you will stand like a commoner in the crowd unnoticed by the passers.
Dissertation writing also requires your understanding from various perceptions. It is not about presenting others’ work with your label or disguising it with technological aids.