- López (2010): An apparently unrelated dissertation is not mentioned anywhere in the dissertation under discussion, but is the source of about ten pages of copied text.
- Lozano et al. (2007): This publication has been used extensively used in the dissertation under discussion, but it is only rarely mentioned and in a way that makes its role not clear to the reader at all.
- Fragment 035 01: An entire page is copied from a source that is not mentioned. Similarly Fragment 036 01.
- Fragment 063 12: A figure is taken without attribution.
- Fragment 073 11: An example of a passage that has been translated from a source that is not mentioned.
- Oscar García-Algar could have spotted the text parallels: he has been supervisor of the dissertation of J. J. C. as a coauthor of Lozano et al. 2007.
- Refer also to Analyse:Jgs and Analyse:Sog, two documentations of text parallels that partially overlap the text parallels documented here.
Not all plagiarism identified has been documented in fragments yet, see --> Link. In order to get a quick overview of the complete picture one can use the Text comparison tool of the Wiki: after copying the entire text of the dissertation into the right window and the entire text of the (possible) source into the left window, one presses the button "Texte vergleichen!". Then both texts are shown below their respective windows whereby text parallels are coloured and can be identified and appreciated at first glance.