Plagiarism Statement-Eng Dept

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U. C. Berkeley:  Department of English                                 English Department Statement on Plagiarism All written work submitted in this course, except for acknowledged quotations, is to be  expressed in your own words. It should also be constructed upon a plan of your own devising.  The Berkeley Campus Code of Student Conduct defines plagiarism as “the use of intellectual  material produced by another person without acknowledging its source” and stipulates that  plagiarism includes: 1.) Copying from the writings or works of others into one’s academic assignment  without attribution, or submitting such work as if it were one’s own;
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Unformatted text preview: 2.) Using the views, opinions, or insights of another without acknowledgment; or 3.) Paraphrasing the characteristic or original phraseology, metaphor, or other literary device of another without proper attribution. Unacknowledged use of the words or ideas of others from any medium (print, digital, or otherwise) is plagiarism. The submission of plagiarized work will, under University rules, render the offending student subject to an F grade for the work in question or for the whole course, and will also make him/her liable for referral to the Student Judicial Affairs Office for further disciplinary action....
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  • Spring '08
  • Woroch
  • English Department, literary  device, Department of English, U. C. Berkeley, Berkeley Campus Code, English Department Statement

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