ESL151-Discussions#10

ESL151-Discussions#10 - simplify others' opinions and...

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“There are two components of documentation: In-text citations are placed in the body of your paper; the list of works cited provides complete publication data for your in-text citations and is placed at the end of your paper. Both are necessary for complete documentation.” "Writing a Research Paper." Models for Writers.9th edition. Eds. Alfred Rosa  and Paul Eschholz. Boston-New York. 2007. 576. The reference to the original document is needed when you reword, cite, or 
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Unformatted text preview: simplify others' opinions and concepts, as well as when you provide the reader with data, specific information, which is not widespread and familiar to the public. If you failed to do so and copied another person's work, presented as if it belongs to you, your paper will be regarded as plagiarism....
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2009 for the course ESL 151 taught by Professor Carr,k during the Spring '09 term at Glendale Community College.

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