Week 2 Discussion - Example 1 Plagiarism as it is direct text verbatim and does not include any mentioning\/quotations\/citations of the original author

Week 2 Discussion - Example 1 Plagiarism as it is direct...

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Example 1: Plagiarism as it is direct text, verbatim, and does not include any mentioning/quotations/citations of the original author. Example 2: Plagiarism as the writer did not follow proper citations (no quotation marks ). Example 3: Acceptable as the writer quoted and cited the original author perfectly. Example 4: Acceptable as the writer did mention the original author and page number from the original text. He changed only a few words, so it is paraphrasing in a sense. This is borderline acceptable in my opinion since no quotations were used at all (even for the parts that were directly from the original text). Example 5: Plagiarism as the writer did change a few words but kept the majority of it the same. Unlike Example 4, he did not mention the original author/page number in any way. Example 6: Acceptable as the writer completely paraphrased the original authors words,
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